Slightly crooked front sight
So I just went to the gunsmith to get some new Trijicon night sights installed onto my SIG P228 - he was recommended by a couple of the gun shops here.When I got back, I found that the front sight was very slightly crooked, and that the rear sight seemed to me moved very slightly to the left, apparently to compensate for it. He said that he had it zeroed in to point of aim, and I haven't had a chance to shoot it, but is this something that is common?
If not, I suppose I could take it back but if it's nothing then I won't even bother. Visually, it's not that big of a deal but I want to make sure it won't affect my aiming.
I'll try to shoot it and see if it works well ASAP, but for my temporary peace of mind, does anybody have any experiences on this?
PS: I know you can't tell me if it's zeroed or not, just wondering if this is something that is common.