...Yeah, I figured that out and tried it: it worked. But the rub is with the back sight. Militariarg.com has a photo of the AA sights on the gun, but it's not clear enough to tell how they hook up. I made reference to 3 Argy manuals yesterday, but nothing on AA sights.
I also bought a set like those and they aren't really made for the later 1940's/50's guns. I think these go to the Norwegian guns from the 1920's... Bob will probably know for sure. The one on my video has the spider set that attaches to the front sight and the pointer attaches to the rear sight. There is another variation wear the spider sight attached with a clamp around the barrel.
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