K-18 sight

K-18 sight

[′kā ¦ā‚tēn ‚sīt]
(ordnance)
A gyroscopic computing gunsight employing an electrical range-control system.
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All earlier production versions of the aircraft had been equipped with the K-18 sight.
As a result, many of them favored the clearly inferior, but dependable, K-18 sight, which continued in general use until the arrival of the F-86E, beginning in June 1951.
The first Sabres to arrive in Korea were the F-86A models, equipped with K-18 sights.