Zeroing with Aimpoint Shooting Target. 1. Set up the target at 25 meters. 2. Place firearm in solid rest and center dot on the target. 3. Take one shot and inspect. M16A2 / M16A4 weapons 25m zero target. The close combat optic ( CCO), M68 is a non-telescopic (unmagnified) reflex sight that is. Comparison of the developed targets to standard m zero targets modified for m .. either carry-handle sight and back up iron sight [BUIS]) or an M

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How to Zero Your Aimpoint Sight

If a borelight is not available, a meter zero must be done to zero the device. Tagget Must Be True: This chapter implements new night qualification standards to compliment current Army training strategies.

When the weapon is close to being zeroed, some of the shots may be lost targdt the hole in the target. No centering or focusing is required. This fundamental slightly changes due to the height of the sight. Step by Step Guide. Zeroing with Aimpoint Shooting Target. Regular blinking must be reinforced during training. After boresighting the M68, the soldier must confirm the boresight on a 25 meter zero range.

M68 CCO is never fired in conjunction with iron sights. One advantage the TWS heavy and medium has over other night vision devices is that it has two fields of view-wide and narrow. As mentioned in our previous post on the CCO, it is recommended that it be zeroed and fired with both eyes open.


The soldier must keep the rifle and M68 in a vertical alignment each time he fires. Sign In Sign Out. Regular blinking during scanning relieves some of the eyestrain that the soldier tends to have zerk to spot distant targets. When the visible laser is adjusted to the reference point at 2 meters, then start the procedure again at 10 meters.

Stabilize the weapon so it will not move. To boresight using the BIS, align the iron sights with the Canadian bull on the meter boresight target.

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Supply the knowledge of the Night Vision Equipment Supply full set of manufacturing documents drawings. Conduct a Practical Exercise and answer questions.

Fire three rounds and triangulate at 25 meters. Ensure mounting bracket is not damaged or missing Make sure lens covers are not ripped, dry rotted, or missing Ensure ARD is not dented or obstructs the field of view.

With these versions scanning must be done slowly in order to maintain a good thermal image on the screen. At night, soldiers should conduct a terrain walk to become more familiar and build confidence using the night vision goggles.

Zeroing at 25 meters must be conducted to ensure the TWS is properly zeroed.

Regardless of the mounting location, the adjuster that is on top or bottom will always be the adjuster for elevation and the one on the side will be the windage adjuster. Bold gray cross-hairs to assist in centering the reticule on the target.


With the target is correctly placed at 50 yards, the optics dot will completely cover the colored portion of the corresponding target. Align the borelight laser with the circle on the meter target offset. The intensity of the dot should be enough as to be seen without difficulty but not so bright as to mask the center of the silhouette of the 25 meter zero target. Their effectiveness is limited by the capability of the image-intensifying I2 sight with which they are used.

Zeroing the Close Combat Optic (CCO), Part 1:

Once you adjust the red dot to top of front sight targft you disregard front sight post while firing. This fundamental is not affected by night firing conditions using the TWS. Place the target at 25 yards. Prepare the M16A2 25 meter Zero Target for zeroing. PE-2 Instructor to student ratio is: Exposure times require one to two seconds for the mechanism to raise the targets: Align the threads properly to avoid cross threading and turn clockwise.

Have the gunner move his reticle off the circular crosshair and then realign back on the target. Extensive testing has proven that the average soldier does not properly use the night vision devices. There are no clearance or access requirements for this lesson. Figure shows the current training program for these lasers.