Rear Sight

The rear sight consists of two sight apertures, a windage knob, and an elevation knob. See figure 9-4. The large aperture marked 0-2 is used for target engagement during limited visibility, when a greater field of view is desired, or for engagements of targets closer than 200 yards/meters. The unmarked aperture (small aperture) is used for zeroing and normal firing situations.

Figure 9-4. Rear Sight.

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