battle sight


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battle sight

[′bad·əl ‚sīt]
(ordnance)
A predetermined sight setting, carried on a weapon, that enables the firer to engage targets effectively at battle ranges when conditions do not permit exact sight settings.
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Another modification is the rear sight is like that of an AKM, but graduated from "P" (a battle sight zero, corresponding in this case to 50m) to 50, 75 and 100 meters.
As you recall, the 1903's battle sight has a BZO of 547 yards.
75 pounds Magazine: Eight-round tubular Sights: Front- Wide blade with groove Rear- 250-meter battle sight and U-notch adjustable from 400 to 2400 meters Bayonet: 16-inch cruciform epee
Unless the sight is permanently fixed to your weapon there is always the chance you'll lose your battle sight zero.
A second 300-meter battle position (marked "SV"--the exact meaning of which is unknown) is the battle sight setting, used in combat for all ranges out to 300 meters.
With the Ladder flipped down, you have a usable, albeit coarse, fixed battle sight zeroed for 50 meters.
The SAR-48's rear sight, like that of the FAL, has got to be about the sturdiest military battle sight ever made.