The front sight is aligned in the center of the rear sight aperture ("peep") and the target (builseye) is positioned to appear as if it is Sitting on top of the front sight.
The rear sight is adjustable for both windage and elevation. A small punch, the head of a finishing nail, or other similar instrument can be used to depress the plunger to allow the adjustment to be moved one quarter turn in either direction. One quarter turn will move the point of impact 1 inch at 100 yards. The sight adjustments have been made deliberately positive by means of spring loaded detent plungers so that settings cannot be accidentally disturbed under normal conditions.
WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT: To move the bullet impact point to the right. move the rear sight base to the right by turning the adjustment knob counterclockwise. To move the bullet impact point to the left, move the rear sight base to the left by turning the side adjustment knob clockwise.
ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT: To move the bullet impact point move the elevation slide (the "peep") up by turning the top adjustment knob counterclockwise. To move the bullet impact point down, move the elevation slide down by turning the top adjustment knob clockwise.
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