Figure Windage Click Chart for the Observation Method

8 (b) Windage and Elevation Rules. Apply the windage and elevation rules to the

9 known strike of the round. Moving the front sight post, elevation knob, or windage knob

10 one graduation or notch is referred to as moving one "click" on the sight. The windage

11 and elevation rules define how far the strike of the round will move on the target for each

12 click of front and rear sight elevation or rear sight windage for each 100 yards of range to

13 the target.

14 • Front Sight Elevation Rule. One click of front sight elevation adjustment will

15 move the strike of the round on the target approximately 1 H inches for every 100

16 yards of range to the target.

18 • Rear Sight Elevation Rule. One click of rear sight elevation adjustment will

19 move the strike of the round on the target approximately 1 inch for every 100

20 yards of range to the target.

21 • Windage Rule. One click of windage adjustment will move the strike of the

22 round on the target approximately 1/2 inch for every 100 yards of range to the

23 target.

24 (c) Flag Method. Use the windage chart provided in figure 8-5. Match the wind

25 velocity, wind direction, and range to the target to the information in the chart to

26 determine the correct number of clicks to apply to the windage knob.

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