One—sighting bar complete for each machine gun crew. One—sighting target that measures 1 inch X 2 inches X 48 inches long. The sighting target is secured 5 1/2 inches away from one end (it should be moveable). The eyepiece is secured on the other end. The peep sight is secured 20 1/2 inches from the sighting target and 22 inches from the eyepiece (Figure F-1).
b. Conduct. The instructor shows a sighting bar to the machine gun crews, points out its parts, and explains its use as follows:
(1) The sighting bar is used to assist in detecting small errors and in explaining them to the crews undergoing instruction.
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