peep sight


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peep sight

[′pēp ‚sīt]
(ordnance)
A rear gunsight having a small hole in which the front sight is centered in aiming; distinguished from an open sight.
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The inventor of the Peep Sight has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
cupped cheek--piece to position and hold the head, double-set triggers, a deeply curved buttplate and large-diameter peep sights.
I couldn't even locate Jupiter without the peep sight.
Caption: A hunting type tang-mounted peep sight like this is meant to be zeroed at a specific range and then locked down.
TM] bow-sight, Octane[TM] Hostage Max[TM] rest, 5" Octane Ultra-Lite[TM] stabilizer, Octane Deadlock[TM] Lite quiver, wrist sling, carbon peep sight, and BCY[R] string loop.
Simple and Precise: Purchase and have installed a quality front sight of your choice and pair it with a quick-detach rear peep sight that mounts on your rear scope base when the optic is removed.
Not every gun is amenable to peep sight installations, but the vast majority of American sporting arms are.
A rear peep sight, adjustable for windage and elevation, rides within the Wilson Combat Tactical Targeting System scope mount.
The Ruger Rear Peep Sight comes with two apertures, .
Under low-light conditions, your sight picture can really suffer if you choose a small peep sight.