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open sight

[′ō·pən ′sīt]
(ordnance)
A rear gunsight having a notch.
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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
Open sight lines are also the earmark of the bedding department, located in the second turn of the racetrack.
Ergonomic -- with open sight lines, eye contact between students and instructors is optimal, while discouraging cheating or wandering eyes.
Clearly defined departments, distinctive displays, signage and open sight lines will allow customers to easily and immediately locate their department of interest.
This Stevens is also fitted with a receiver sight, a better option than a traditional mid-barrel open sight.
Unless you're some kind of an android, you'll eventually get to the point where open sights are pretty much a memory.
Barrels with open sights are not fluted; all barrels without open sights are fluted.
With scopes, red dots and other optical sights all three features can be in focus simultaneously, and that lets shooters with poor eyesight fire much more accurately than they can with open sights.
Shooters fire at targets from several postures, at ranges of 200, 300 and 600 yards, all open sights.
You have to have open sights in some markets, because they're required by law.
19, 2011, with a single shot from his Winchester 1871 Browning Edition with open sights.
As they rushed towards us, they killed the lieutenant in charge of us by shooting over open sights, that's how close they were.