GENERAL. Your rifle sights should be set to a combat zero of 300 meters. If you are told to engage a target at longer range, e.g., 500 or 800 meters:
a. Rotate the elevation knob so that the desired range mark is aligned with the mark on the left a. Rotate the elevation knob so that the desired range mark is aligned with the mark on the left
SHOOTING AT NIGHT OR AT CLOSE RANGE
a. Rotate the elevation knob down to the 300-meter mark.
b. Flip the unmarked aperture down and use the larger aperture marked "0-2."
The 0-2 aperture is preset for targets between 0 and 200 meters. Moving targets at close ranges are easier to hit if you use the larger aperture.
Rifle will not fire. Selector lever cannot be on SAFE unless rifle is cocked. Always place on SAFE when loading and unloading.
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