positive click adjustment

positive click adjustment

[¦päz·əd·iv ¦klik ə′jəz·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
A means of adjusting dials or push buttons to incorporate audible clicks or their tactile counterparts at predetermined positions in order to provide appropriate motor-sensory feedback to the operator.
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The MKAD211 and GLAD211 adjustable sights are fully adjustable for windage and elevation with positive click adjustment, and have all steel construction with a blued finish.
First of all, the Tripp Research rear sight has no springs, yet has positive click adjustments for both, and self-contained windage and elevation screws.
It is available with a 3.5 moa or 7.0 moa dot size and is adjustable for elevation or windage with 1 moa positive click adjustments. Powered by a single 1632 battery that allows the unit to operate for 1 year in Auto mode, the MRDS weighs just .85 ounces including battery.
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