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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A soldier must be taught that what he can see downrange or on the battlefield through his NVGs, the enemy can also see. It should be within 1 MOA 2″ at if the BCD is correct, you should be good enough for government work out to m. 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. Since the TWS detects thermal energy heat emitted from an object, a position near an object acob a vast amount of thermal energy for example, a vehicle with the engine running, a fire, or so on may affect the soldier’s ability to acquire a target.
All procedures for the M68 are the same as with standard iron sights. Feb 26, Messages: Wherever the gipsies take me. The objective is to not disrupt alignment of the laser with the target by jerking the trigger. My self-made zeroing target for m. Use the same procedures and standards as with the iron sights along with the following.
The visible laser of the borelight is txrget with the barrel of a designated weapon. Practice qualification with the TWS is the same as day practice qualification with iron sights. Premium Membership Required Access to this requires a premium membership. Their effectiveness is limited by the capability of the image-intensifying I2 sight with which they are used.
Posted July 28, The fundamentals of marksmanship are modified as follows:. Although some courses of fire may seem redundant or inappropriate, numerous tests show that these training strategies work and the qualification standards are achievable if the avog is followed. So long story short zerro manual told me to use a particular part of the reticle for the near zero so the rest of the reticle would fall in place at the intended ranges.
Mounting brackets are provided for each type of weapon. The firer should ensure that the butt of the weapon is firmly pulled into the pocket of the shoulder to prevent the laser from wobbling.
Regular blinking during scanning relieves some of the eyestrain that the soldier tends to have trying to spot far targets. Do you already have an account?
Before boresighting ensure that the borelight has been zeroed to the weapon. The BDC is not perfect.
M4 / M16 25 Meter Zeroing Target
Aim the red dot of the M68 on the crosshair located on the meter boresight target. Also, sighting in a super short range like 25 or 33 amplify any xcog made and mismatch in design parameters sight picture consistency, actual distance between target and firer Record qualification with the TWS is the same as day record qualification with iron sights.
If you have trouble hitting paper, follow OZ10’s advice. One advantage the TWS heavy and medium has over other night vision devices is that it has two fields of view-wide and narrow. Appendix G shows the most current meter boresight target. If the borelight is not available a meter zero must be conducted. Place the zeroing mark approximately 10 meters from the end of the barrel so that the visible laser strikes the zeroing mark.
Sign in Already have an account? When the soldier is ready to fire, the elbows are firmly planted on the ground to prevent the laser from wobbling excessively.
If a borelight is not available, a meter zero must be done to zero the device. So, your point of aim would be the center of the main crosshairs and you would adjust elevation top screw. Make j4 to the M68 until the visible laser of the borelight is centered on the borelight circle on the meter boresight target.
When cutting the 3-centimeter square out of the target, some of the strike zone may be cut out. It looks OK caog, but it prints very light for some reason.
The M68 is a parallax free sight beyond meters. At longer ranges Like I was shooting From on side of the river on Logar to a Hilltop on the other it usually drop’s to about the 5 mark, maybe a bit lower. It uses a red aiming reference collimated dot and is designed for the “two eyes open” method of sighting. If the gunner still has the proper boresight alignment the j4 is boresighted; otherwise he will need remedial training on his zeeo picture.
The weapon should be in the “bolt forward” position and must not be canted left or right during boresighting procedures. No, create an account now.
FM Appendix G Meter Target Offsets And Meter Zero Offsets
All zeo for the BIS are the same as with standard iron sights. That manual will work just fine for you. Before boresighting the weapon system the borelight must first be zeroed to the weapon. Lay the weapon on the rucksacks and then lay another rucksack on top of the weapon to stabilize it.
Sep 15, Messages: If there is not enough ambient light to see the meter target offset circular crosshair, use a flashlight and shine it indirectly at the target. Soldiers must qualify on their assigned rarget during daylight conditions as outlined in this manual.