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Hello everyone,
I bought a Kimber Custom Target 2 (.45 ACP) in 2015, but now I lost the seeger that fixes the screw on the adjustable rear sight (left-right moving).
The rear sight is moving now.
Anyone knows the type of seeger or e-clip to be replaced? I remember a seeger ks type or a seeger e-clip type......
I don't want change the complete rear sight and I don't find the piece on internet and armory.
Thank you very much...
 

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Welcome to the forum.

That little widget problem can be remedied with a call or email (considering your location) to Kimber CS. They have been remarkable in the past with much larger problems.

Let us know how it shakes out once taken care of.
 

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Hey, Steve.
Welcome to the forum.

I was at first confused by the word "seeger" and didn't know what you were referring to. So I looked it up and learned a few things. Honestly, here in the U.S. we throw around the terms quite loosely, and we never know what the other guy is talking about. My favorite term for such devices is "Jesus Clip."

Try emailing Kimber's customer support. The cost of the clip is so cheap that they just might mail you one. If you have the means to measure the screw, perhaps you can find what you need at www.mcmaster.com or www.mscdirect.com.
 

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Thank you very much guys,
unfortunately we have problems with custom in Italy and importers block everything from USA (Opticplanets.com etc...). Importers force you to change all the rear sight (120 dollars).
I want to solve this little problem by myself before calling Kimber customer service, there is always a lot to learn.
The term "seeger" means the "circlip", I'm sorry.
Here attached the pictures of the rear sight.
Thank you again and I apologize for the small problem.
 

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I'm sure you can find the correct part from www.mcmaster.com. Order a couple... And perhaps one bigger and one smaller. Have the order sent to your friend Rob in California. Then the next time I write you a personal letter, perhaps I'll accidentally drop a couple clips into the envelope.
 
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