ring sight

ring sight

[′riŋ ‚sīt]
(ordnance)
A sight, especially a gunsight, in the shape of a ring or concentric rings, through which aim is taken and range is estimated.
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Caption: The 590A1's ghost ring sight allows fast engagement with buckshot or more precise engagement with slugs.
On top of the anodized receiver is a rugged ghost ring sight assembly with a fiber optic front that's similar to the quality found on the Benelli M4, and better protected than the sights on 590 and 870 tactical models.
Hi-Point also provides a rear ghost ring sight as well.
While shooting think of nothing else, brace the whole of your body, have both hands on the stick, concentrate on your ring sight.
AmeriGlo's Tactical Ghost Ring sight for Glock pistols is designed for quick acquisition and do-it-yourself installation.
About midway down the barrel jacket is a bracket to install the antiaircraft ring sight. The base of the ring sight is spring-loaded for securing the sight to the bracket.
The MG42's antiaircraft ring sight could be attached to a mounting plate riveted to the receiver.
Ashley Emerson, originator of the Ashley Express Sight, known now as the XS Ghost Ring Sight, once said, "There's a special place in hell for anyone who puts a scope on a lever gun." While we agree, we recognize that there are some exceptions, like with a Savage 99 or, in some instances, a scout scope.
AmeriGlo's tactical Ghost Ring sight for Glock pistols features a single Tritium dot on the front sight and two Tritium dots on each side of the rear Ghost Ring.
AmeriGlo's tactical Ghost Ring sight for Glock pistols designed for quick acquisition and do-it-yourself installation.