I recently bought a Zastava M88A pistol, and for the most part, I really like it. I do have one problem in that it tends to shoot about 6 inches low at 30 ft. Windage is dead on, but elevation is off. Reading on the internet, it seems to not be uncommon; most people just file down the front sight to fix the issue. I didn't really want to mess with my factory sights, but the uncommon dovetail size makes buying aftermarket sights difficult. I contacted both Zastava and Century. It appears Zastava is prohibited by law from exporting parts to end users, and Century has yet to reply. While cleaning my M48 Mauser, I noticed that the sights seemed very close to what I needed. I removed the sight from my pistol and measured all the dimensions (see attached). I found a Mauser Front Sight Blank online, and it's close enough that I think I can reshape it to my needs with a Dremmel and file. What are your thoughts or suggestions.