Part name: Rear Sight
Part Function: The Rear Sight Aperture
is the object that a shooter will look through and
line up with the front sight and then the target
in order to place an accurate shot. The rear sight
is raised and lowered via a pinion on the elevation
knob in order to change the level at which a bullet
will impact the target.
Special Notes: none.
Other items of interest in this
Aperture shown in final assembly.
page was last updated on: March 14, 2002