sight bracket

sight bracket

[′sīt ‚brak·ət]
(ordnance)
Clamp used to hold a detachable sight in position when mounted on a gun.
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MK 19 MOD 3 with an adjustable sight bracket resulted from MWO 9-1010-230-50-1.
The sight bracket and housing are made of 3K carbon fiber bands, providing increased strength with reduced weight.
Mounting is as simple as attaching the base to your sight bracket, aligning your pins inside the reference wire, and locking the arm in place.
To adjust the position of the sight head so you can set the top pin to the exact distance of the shot, you turn a knob mounted on the shooter's side of the sight bracket.
MWO 9-1010-230-50-1 added an adjustable sight bracket, NSN 1240-01-515-3767, to the MK 19 machine gun.
The pins used in the Rite Site are TruGlo's highly adjustable GloBrite pins that will also work in any sight bracket that features 1/4-inchwide slots.
Glo-Pin: A looped filament pin made of black composite to install in sights with grooved sight brackets.
In PS 669 (Aug 08), you gave NSN 1240-01-515-3767 for ordering the sight bracket for the MK 19 machine gun.