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Posted: 3/19/2006 1:23:20 PM EST
I have done a few searches and have found differing info. 25 meters, 30 meters for initial sight in. Would someone clue me in? Thanks
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 2:19:29 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/19/2006 2:31:54 PM EST by out-a-ammo]
Ak sight-in

Edit: Although for the AK47, from what I understand, they are sighted in with the same procedure.

Link Posted: 3/19/2006 2:26:40 PM EST
read this

it tells how big of a target,.. how far away to put it,...all the little things you need to know,....

me,.. i stick a paper plate to a tree 100m away and put a black dot on it and zero in with my sights set at 100m
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 2:29:14 PM EST
Thanks for your time in posting the link; but it is about zeroing an AK 47, not an AK 74, or should I assume there is no difference?
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 2:39:58 PM EST

Originally Posted By DeltaDelta214:
Thanks for your time in posting the link; but it is about zeroing an AK 47, not an AK 74, or should I assume there is no difference?



well it should be close enough,.. to re-do my AKS-74 zero im going to make a target the same size as the 47 target and just zero for 100m @ a distance of 100m with the rear sight slider set at 100m

the stuff i posted was to zero for 300m shooting at 100m,....but as long as you know the range and you have the sights set to that range you will be fine.

the only problem would be if you dont have at least 100m of range to shoot
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 2:49:38 PM EST

Originally Posted By cruzie27:
read this

it tells how big of a target,.. how far away to put it,...all the little things you need to know,....

me,.. i stick a paper plate to a tree 100m away and put a black dot on it and zero in with my sights set at 100m



Great info. I appreciate it.
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 3:13:18 PM EST
I would check to see if your FSB is adjustable with a AK sight tool before U go to the range. I had to use a vise and some sockets to get mine moving again. Just a heads up.
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 3:53:51 PM EST
Thanks. I bellied up and bought the sight adjustment tool. It actually works.
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