I will also show the assembly process a little bit, as I can't resist just a little bit! When I first received Belckerman's iron sights, I thought it very nice that he had put quite a lot of work into making it. But I am not a big fan of the straight, rectangular and naked front sight that is in vogue today. With the new iron sights he has made, I will certainly change that!
The front sight's inherent characteristics are: for instant aiming, the sight should be relatively wide, and typically has a small diameter point for accurate aiming, the sight should be aimed higher than the target should be aimed, and the sight should be aimed lower than the target should be aimed for target acquisition, the sight should be aimed lower than the target should be aimed, and in such a way that no important target features lie behind the sight
First step. The rear sight is very easy to make when all the parts are available. We also can't resist a little bit when we start to improve the sights! So first we have to cut the sight out of the back of the stock. The end of the curved section of the sight is cut with a very fine cut. I do it with a knife, a dremel and a rat tail file, but sometimes I prefer to use a dremel with a rotary arbor. The horn of the wingnut we use as a pivot and two felt washers instead of a pin. By inserting a nail into the horn and hammering it to stand up, we get the two arms of the sight to be a little further apart, and thereby a little easier to select the target. 7211a4ac4a