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open sight

[′ō·pən ′sīt]
(ordnance)
A rear gunsight having a notch.
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When shooting such a rifle with open sights, my average would probably be no better than it is when shooting the Marlin--simply because two inches at 100 yards is about the best my eyes are capable of achieving with open sights.
At age 61 shooting accurately with open sights is becoming difficult, so I prefer the rear mounted peep sight of the US Model 1903A3.
As standard, this weapon system is supplied with either an open sight or a much more accurate red dot sight.
If it proves as universal and precise as it looks, it will revolutionize the world of open sights because it magnitics the reticle, making it easier to sec when vision is poor!
Pointer, Metronium Ceremonial sword with Scabbard, Jute for Dummy, Open sight model etc.
It appears the books were left in open sight on the footpath.
In Plan I, for example, open sight lines pull you into the house from the living room to the dining room and into the almost 16-foot-wide kitchen/breakfast nook/family room area.
Low shelving within creates open sight lines that are unusual in most Bed Bath & Beyond stores.
Amy also took first place in the open poetry section, third in open acting and was awarded a certificate of commendation in open sight reading.
"With large gathering space in the vaulted family room and open sight lines from the kitchen, breakfast nook and dining room, they were well accommodated."
This meant that the normal open sight could be used whenever required.
Once the open sight is adjusted, use fine Allen screws on the laser unit to get it aligned.