RIGHT: Will turn the sight clockwise and down. LEFT: Will turn the sight counterclockwise and up. Easy steps for hitting your target: 1 – Carefully aim your firearm at a target that is large enough, and close enough to see where the firearm’s point of impact is located. 2 – Fire three shots to figure an average point of impact. 3 – To move the impact, you must move the rear sight in the direction you want the bullet to move. If you want to move the impact to the right move the REAR SIGHT TO THE RIGHT. 4 – If you need to lower the impact, move the REAR SIGHT LOWER. The amount of the change of the impact is determined by the length of sight radius. The longer the barrel the smaller the movement per click. 5 – After moving your sights, fire 3 or more shots and see where your shots impact. 6 – Adjust the sights again to fine tune your point of impact. 7 – If you wish to now sight in a longer range, move your target out and shoot again. Move your sights to the point of impact. 8 – Adjustment of the sights is simple and very accurate. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE ADJUSTMENT SCREWS. If you use too much force, you will damage the adjustment screw, causing the sight to not work properly.
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