I have been looking everywhere for a M16A4/ACOG TA01NSN 4×32 standard GI 25meter zero target. I have seen them online but can’t find. Designed for the M4/M16A4, the ACOG provides an “auto ranging” reticle for ranges When a target is acquired, use the ranging reticle (if time allows) to get an Without the aid of references, demonstrate the two methods to zero the ACOG. feedback (Figure 10). The M Sight, RCO, when installed on a M4/M4A1/ M16A4/M16A2, is zeroed on a standard M16 zero target with alternate strike points.
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Where do you aim with the ACOG? – General Discussion – Squad Forums
Thermal cues become much more obvious on a moving object than on an object standing still. Hard H2O is way smarter than me!! Posted January 25, With the help of an assistant, place the boresight target 10 meters in front of the weapon. The soldier must train to activate his laser at the base of the target and engage the target as soon as the target is detected. Although the same four fundamentals of marksmanship are used for night firing, adjustments must be made to accommodate the night vision devices.
I know what manual you are talking about. Soldiers must qualify on their assigned weapons during daylight conditions as outlined in this manual. Whats the proper technique for zeroing or fine tuning the ACOG sights?
This gives you a few moa adjustment for closer ranges and you can dial in a bit. Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. I chose to use the 50 yard zero. I aim between the ironsight and the chevron. This fundamental slightly changes due to the height of the sight. Have the firer get behind the weapon in tarbet stable supported firing position looking through the M I’m really sorry if i’m asking dumb n4. Weapon stability is crucial in boresighting. Then, using a meter boresight target, the weapon can be boresighted with any optic, zreo, or iron sight that the soldier is assigned to fire.
The optic is not parallax free, so you may notice slight changes, make every attempt to not change your cheek to stock weld when using that optic.
Each click of elevation and windage is 1 centimeter. Dench, what is the size of the tqrger when it is printed?
After the soldier has mastered the art of scanning he will find that targets are more easily detected by acknowledging the flicker or the movement of a target. Regular blinking must be reinforced during training.
The art of target detection at night is as good as the soldier practices. Both the narrow and wide field of views must be boresighted and zeroed. Jan 20, Messages: Placing the cheek on the stock weld to tafget a good sight picture after the M68 is zeroed at 25 meters is no longer necessary.
Probably the biggest advantage the TWS provides is its ability to negate camouflage. The more accurate the boresight of the M68 to the assigned weapon, the closer to a battlesight zero the weapon will be.
Align the meter boresight target with the visible laser of the borelight.
The BIS provides a backup capability effective out to at least meters and can be installed on the M16A4 and M4-series weapons. However, a real ACOG’s tip of the vertical line will also be illuminated like the chevron. If the borelight is zeroed, then go directly to the boresighting procedures. I usually don’t have much time to fine tune further. However, each square of the meter zero target is.
If you guys have any tips feel free to email me jay. All depends on what the scope is sighted for. The aiming method used to zero must also be used to engage targets. Share This Page Tweet.
How to Zero an ACOG Sight
I agree with you Ross, but I don’t see what he said wrong, both seem to be correct, but I might be missing something. The soldier must keep the rifle and M68 in a vertical alignment each time he fires.
Figure shows the current borelight training program. Boresighting is a simple procedure that can and will save time and ammunition if the procedures outlined here are strictly followed.