leaf sight


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leaf sight

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a folding rear sight on certain rifles
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Similarities do continue with both rifles to include a drilled-and-tapped receiver for mounting optics, as well as a front post sight shielded from overhead glare by a removable hood that aligns with an Express rear leaf sight.
Just forward of the receiver is a buckhorn leaf sight with a notch that most shooters--even the veterans--will be comfortable with.
The rear sight is a fully adjustable leaf sight with a squared notch.
The lightweight, stand-alone launcher with a collapsable stock also features a leaf sight and quadrant sight.
Other standard features are a hooded front sight and an elevation-adjustable rear leaf sight.
The next 50 also had a dust cover and an improved adjustable leaf sight.
I have heard the leaf sight is all you really need.
Both models were equipped with open sights from the factory, including an adjustable rear leaf sight allowing ample room for a scope or red dot optic without disturbing the open sights.
200-yard setting is available on the leaf sight, you have this big leaf sticking up.
The rifle is fitted with both an open leaf sight and as well as a fully adjustable, folding, "lollypop" peep sight mounted on the tang--a common combination of the day.
The see-through rear leaf sight really is a nice option.