Installation and Setup


INSTALLATION:always make sure the gun is not loaded, when installing or adjusting the sight.


  1. Center the sight on the rib just behind the front bead. If the sight slot is wider the the rib, centering the sight on the rib will place the sight with the same amount of space on both sides in the front and back. 


              We recommend removing the sight when placing it in any case or when you are not using the gun.



ADJUSTING THE SIGHT:

The sight has been set at 35 to 50 yards to start. Everyone sees lead differently, so test it to find what the right setting is for you. Once you set it at 35 yards, you should be able to break any crossing target from 20 yards to 50 yards without changing the settings. 


  1. To adjust the sight loosen the allen screw on the back side with the allen wrench provided (see fig. 1).

  2. Slide the sight to the desired setting and tighten (DO NOT over tighten).


​          We recommend only moving the sights 1/16 of an inch at a time, remember 1/16 of an inch could equal about 5 inches at 20 yards 



HOW TO USE THE SIGHT TO SET THE SIGHT:


  1. If the target is an incoming or outgoing target, in front of you, where no lead or very little lead is required, use the center sight as usual.

  2. If the target is moving from right to left crossing (see fig. 2), place the right green sight on the target, keeping the same line and matching the speed of the target. Pull the trigger, keeping the gun moving. If you miss, you will need to determine if  the miss was in front or behind. If you are in front, move the sights closer to the center sight, shortening the lead. If you are behind, move the sights away from the center sight, increasing the lead.

  3. If the target is moving from left to right crossing (see fig. 3), place the left green sight on the target, keeping the same line and matching the speed of the target. Pull the trigger, keeping the gun moving. If you miss, you will need to determine if the miss was in front or behind. If you are in front, move the sights closer to the center sight, shortening the lead, if you are behind, move the sights away from the center sight, increasing the lead.