|Now and Zen
Ooops, you are, of course, correct. And that is what I meant to type. No excuses. I appreciate your responses, as well as the others, you have all probably forgotten more about long range shooting than I will ever know.
"....imitate the action of the Tiger."
Hell, I am no expert. I figured it was a goof, but IndianaBoy didn't comment on it, so I figured I'd point it out. He's more of an actual expert; it just squeaked by him too.
That was a good catch. I missed that detail.
I think that's what most people get caught up with.
To me they are large target sights, as in A zone hits.
And most 5.56 trajectory zero's fall into the A zone out to 200 yards or so.
I am nowhere good enough to shoot bottle caps at various distances with iron sights so a 50 yard zero works for me, convenient and easy.
On mine they are just backup sights, I zeroed them but that's about it.
For me 100 yards with irons is a stretch as it is.
|fugitive from reality
The only iron sights that I know of can be mechanically zeroed before range time are the non removeable iron sights on the full sized AR-15\M-16 rifle. I have had good results with removeable carry handles, but even those are subject to how hard they're torqued down. Everything else is subject to tolerance stacking or other issues.
'I'm pretty fly for a white guy'.
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