The M16A1 and M16A2 zero targets. Figure Zero target placed in the center of an E-type silhouette. Peers have the chance to ask simple questions and to discuss areas that are not understood.
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25-Meter M16 Zeroing Target
This sight setting provides the highest hit probability for most combat targets with minimum adjustment to the aiming point. When a straight line is drawn from target center to the tip of the front sight post and through the center of the rear aperture, it makes little difference whose eye is looking along this line. There are many subtle factors that result in differences among individual zeros. The similarity of individual zeros should be emphasized instead of the differences. This information can be useful in three ways.
M16A2 Paper Target
STANDARDS Using 18 rounds or less, the soldier must battlesight zero his rifle by achieving five out of six rounds in two consecutive shot groups within the 4-centimeter circle. The M16A1 rifle has two adjustable sights. Elevation adjustments are made on the front sight, and windage adjustments are made on the rear sight. The standard sight system Figure The rear sight has two parts: an aperture marked "L" for ranges beyond meters and an unmarked aperture for ranges from 0 to meters when zeroing with the standard sight, use the aperture marked "L" , and a windage drum for windage adjustments.
M16A1 Paper Target