|NOUN1 || a sight | sights |
|NOUN2 || sight | - |
|VERB || to sight | sighted | sighted|
sighting | sights
|SYNO ||ken | sight | survey | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- The sights are a rear, V-notch 50-yard iron sight which can be flipped for a 100-yard aperture iron sight, and a square front post iron sight.
- It is fitted using a PBO-4 sight which has a 5.5x zoom direct fire sight and a 2.5x zoom sight for indirect fire.
- For operation in low-level lighting conditions the rifle uses subdued self-luminous tritium gas vials, installed in a separate folding post attached to the base of the front sight and deployed manually, and in the rear sight assembly in a fixed notch sight, exposed by rotating the rear sight arm 180° forward around its pivot axis.
- The Minimi sight uses similar technology to the FAMAS IR sight. The sight supports man-machine interfaces and integrates resources for radio communication with the rest of the Félin system.
- The 140DA comes with a threaded barrel. Mechanical, fixed sights (front sight and rear sight).
- The sights are identical to the Galil SAR, a two position rear aperture sight with trajectory for 300 and 500 metres, an open flip-up night sight and full circle hooded front sight with a flip up night sight post.
- A separate sight was provided for the grenade launcher, similar to a long-range volley sight.
- The sight possesses a mechanism for adjustments and a stadiametric rangefinder.
- The commander's sight consists of a 3× / 10× (day-only sight).
- The Arjun gunner's main sight has an integrated laser range finder, day sight and thermal sight for day and night target recognition and engagement, and dual magnification and fibre-optic gyro based two-axis stabilisation.
- The SUIT sight is a 4× telescopic sight with tritium-powered illumination, utilised at dusk or dawn.
- Some authors, according to Udtaisuk, use the term "sight-singing" for vocal sight-reading.
- The complementing rear sight element may be an open type iron sight or an aperture sight as used in ghost rings and target aperture sights such as a target shooting diopter sight.
- In Canadian service, the standard telescopic sight was the McMillan endorsed Leupold Mark 4 16x40mm LR/T M1 Riflescope optical sight that has now been replaced by the Schmidt & Bender 5-25×56 PMII telescopic sight.
- The P-12 has a Weaver accessory rail and comes standard with a flip-up rear sight and a fiber-optic front sight which provide a [...] sight radius. It also features a trigger pull of 6.2 to 7.3 lbs.
- The M16 elevated iron sight line has a [...] sight radius.
- The iron sight line was redesigned and featured a rear receiver aperture battle sight calibrated for [...] with an additional ladder aperture sight that could be flipped up and was calibrated for [...] in [...] increments.
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