Sights and Sighting
After you have taken the correct position—whichever one you want—look through the sights with your right eye and keep the left one closed.
If the sights are of the ordinary kind the rear sight—that is, the one on the end of the barrel nearest your eye—will be of the crotch, leaf, bar or V-style as it is variously called, and the front sight, which is fixed on the barrel close to the muzzle, will be of the knife-edge or bead type.
Collins, A. Frederick. Shooting, for Boys,. New York: Moffat, Yard and, 1917. Print.
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