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Re: Steyr LP 1 Grip Adjustment

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Posted by R.M. ( on January 20, 2008 at 12:00:43:

In Reply to: Re: Steyr LP 1 Grip Adjustment posted by Grant on January 19, 2008 at 14:23:50:

I don't own a Steyr, but I'm going to guess that what you've done is change the velocity, and that's why it's shooting high now. Do you have an owners manual? If not, I'm sure one can be found on-line.
Hope this helps a bit.


: : Hi follow shooters.I have this question.In the Steyr LP1 grip adjustment.after removed the the bottom there are 4 crews .at the back there are 2 screws.I was try to adjusting them a little. and the pistol shot i lost the original seting. the pistol shooting high all the time now. anybody have this experience? which screw is responsible for which direction of the impact?
: : Thank you
: :
: : Paul

: Paul. you need to find someone in your area that knows how to adjust the settings. I adjust the screws to fit the individual which means I have to be presnt to do the adjustment. The grip can be adjusted in all directions using the six set screws. Try going to the Grand Ptix if you cannot find someone to help you quicker. If you want to e-mail me off list I will try nad give you a general idea but someone local would be better.

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