No, because the Rear Sight requires precision measurements, milling and pinning. It is more cost effective to purchase a New Adjustable Sight Rough Rider than to change your existing Fixed Sight Rough Rider. If you attempt to do this on your own, you will void your warranty and more importantly, you could weaken the structural integrity of your frame.
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- Can I change my Rough Rider barrel to a different size barrel?