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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The X-TAC in .45 ACP has a capacity of eight rounds, with a 5-inch barrel, G10 Starburst grips and Battle sight with fiber optic front.
4, it has a 10-round detachable box magazine, a 2-stage trigger, excellent iron sights (including a large-aperture battle sight), short bolt lift for easy operation with a gloved hand, and rock-solid, durable construction.
The leaf could also be turned completely forward, allowing access to a fixed battle sight at the rear of the ramp.
1907/15 Caliber: 8mm balle D Overall length: 51.4 inches Barrel length: 31.6 inches Weight: 8.4 pounds Magazine: Three-round Mannlicher-style clip 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 SPECIFICATIONS FUSIL D'INFANTERIE MLE.1886/93 Caliber: 8mm balle D Overall length: 51.3 inches Barrel length: 31.5 inches Weight: 9.75 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 SPEIFICATIONS FUCILE DI FANTERIA MO.
Magazine: 6-round Mannlicher-style clip Sights: Front: Inverted V-blade Rear: V-notch adjustable from 500 to 1500 meters (fixed 300-meter battle sight) Bayonet: Folding spike SPECIFICATIONS MASCHINENGEWEHR 34 Caliber: 7,9mm Patrone sS Overall length: 48 in.
SPECIFICATIONS FUSIL D' INFANTERIE MODELE 1886 Caliber: 8mm Balle M Overall 51.3 inches length: Barrel 31.5 inches length: Weight: 9.75 pounds Magazine: Eight-round, tubular Sights: Front-Square block with groove Rear-U-notch adjustable from 400 to 2000 meters* Bayonet: Epee-Ba'i'onnette Modele 1886 with 16-inch cruciform blade *- the rear sight leaf could be folded forward to expose a 250-meter battle sight. Note: Modele 1886 rifles will be found with both the block type and with standard blade front sights.
Sights consisted of a drift-adjustable front blade dovetailed into a square base welded to the top of the shroud, a rear ladder-style with a leaf graduated from 450 to 2,050 meters, a nonadjustable 250-meter battle sight and a flip-up 350-meter notch.
It is adjustable from 100 to 1000 meters in 100-meter increments and has a 300-meter battle sight setting.