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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The M68 is a parallax free sight beyond meters. 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 believe 5 clicks moves the bullet one square on the M4 target, and 4 clicks moves the bullet one square on the M16A2 zero target and windage side screw. During the dry-fire exercise, soldiers acquire a sight picture on all exposed silhouette targets before conducting the field-fire scenario.

I chose to use the 50 yard zero.

25 Meter Zeroing Targets

Originally posted by Fatty: I can only print 8. If the gunner still has the proper boresight alignment the gunner is boresighted; otherwise he will need remedial training on his sight picture. If the weapon is boresighted using field-expedient methods sandbags, rucksacks and the weapon is laid on the side for stability, ensure that the boresight target is also targett in the same manner.

Soldiers must adjust their body position so they can properly look through the sight. Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. I somehow was not confident in that and zeroed my ACOG at m against all manuals by the way what will be “good” group size at this range for standard and very used M4? I pulled my manual zeto scanned it just in case you aren’t able to get the ACOG target but it may be too small acob read.


In most cases, the cheek-to-stock weld no longer exists. Is there manual like this also for TA31??? So long story short the 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.

The weapon system is now boresighted and ready to engage tqrget or conduct a meter zero. Before beginning a night marksmanship program, soldiers must qualify on their assigned weapons during daylight conditions as outlined in the previous chapters of this manual.

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All procedures for the BIS are the same as with standard iron sights. Sign In Sign Out. No centering or focusing is required.

When I go to the military range in yards, at yards roughly mI do a 6o’clock hold on a 19″ high target to get COM shots. They are the same weapon sight, different reticule. FPriceJun 1, IR light is received through the telescope, detected by an IR sensor, converted to digital data, processed, and displayed for the user.

During boresighting or zeroing procedures if there is not enough ambient light available to see either the boresight mark at ten meters or the silhouette on the zero target, a flashlight can be used by shining the light indirectly towards the target.


Jan 20, Messages: Posted July 27, Pretty much what I did. So anything you can do to give yourself a few added adjustments for actual target shooting such as cmp is a good thing. Log in or Sign up. Sign In or Register. Starting with a securely installed and live-fire zeroed BIS, mount the reflex sight to the front of the receiver rail or to the top RAS as preferred.

Like Reply 0 Likes. Picture hosting, Exclusive club forum, Premium recognition, and more website access are only a click away! DenchNov 4, Align the meter boresight target with the visible laser of the borelight. During practice qualification and qualification, it is the soldiers preference on polarity and field of view.

The integrated act of firing with the M68 is identical to the iron sights except for the change in sight picture. The weapon should be in the “bolt forward” position and must not be canted left or right during boresighting procedures.

On a moving vehicle, the friction between the road and the tires causes the tires to heat up and become prominent when observed through the TWS. Basic rifle marksmanship taught effective engagement of the enemy with the basic rifle or carbine using iron sights to engage targets primarily during the day.

Dry fire is done to allow the soldiers to make adjustments to the TWS. At night, soldiers should conduct a terrain walk to become more familiar and build confidence using the night vision goggles.