AK/AKM/TANTAL/BERYL 25/50 meters zeroing target (7,62; 5,45; 5,56).
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    AK/AKM/TANTAL/BERYL 25/50 meters zeroing target (7,62; 5,45; 5,56).

    Target to zeroing AK/AKM/TANTAL/BERYL on 25/50 meters which allows to have sighted your rifle on 100 meters in the same manner as military manual stands for.


    This target is also universal because it let you zero your rifle (for eg. AR15/M4/M16 on 25 m aiming in the center where your battle zero will be at 300 m/yrds) but also let you zero any other type of weapon (when aiming in the middle in proper distance) and make all the adjustments thanks to the pictograms.
    Net squares are 1 x 1 cm.
    Small circle (distance: 25 m) and big circel (distance: 50 m) according to the circle in orginal military zeroing target sized to shortened distances and also to the standard Polish Miliatry target where the size of "10" circle is 10 cm.

    On the target there are pictograms with sight adjustments, front sight (M - polish MUSZKA) and rear sight (S - polisz SZCZERBINKA) and arrow whis show as the direction of adjustemnt:


    CAUTION:
    Every zeroing rifle/firearm on shortened distance should be veryfied on proper distnace which in this case is 100 m.


    TARGET EXAMPLE:


    FIREARM ZEROING
    kbk AK/AKM, TANTAL, BERYL


    According to military manual - shortened version:
    - rifle supported without bayonet etc.
    - distance: 100 m,
    - target: black color rectangle on white sheet of paper with proper dimensions or 23p target,
    - rear sight number:
    * 3 - AK/AKM,
    * 4 - TANTAL/BERYL,
    - point of aim: middle bottom of target (black rectangle or 23p target).

    WHERE TO AIM (sorry for not translated pic but I think this is obvious)



    CAUTION:
    SCREWING (UNSCREWING) one full turn of front sight make shift of POI on height on 20 cm at 100 m.
    Jeżeli ŚPT znajduje się z lewej strony PK, to obsadę muszki przesunąć w lewo, a jeżeli z prawej strony, to w prawo o wartość proporcjonalną do wielkości odchylenia .

    CAUTION:
    Shifting front sight in left or right on 1 mm shifth POI on 26 cm (AK/AKM, TANTAL)/27 cm (BERYL) at 100 m.

    Every shifting/changes on sights should be veryfied by shooting.


    PRZYSTRZELIWANIE BRONI

    Bullet hits below the target (POA):
    rear sight goes UP or front sight DOWN,
    Bullet hits over the target (POA):
    rear sight goes DOWN or front sight UP,
    Bullet hits on the left side of target (POA):
    rear sight goes RIGHT or front sight goes LEFT,
    Bullet hits on the right side of target (POA):
    rear sight gies LEFT or front sight goes RIGHT.

    REAR SIGHT goes opposite direction of POI, FRONT SIGHT goes into the direction of POI.


    PICTURE SHOWING HOW TO ADJUSMENT YOUR SIGHTS (PK = POA/COTROL TARGET, SPT = POI, MUSZKA - FRONT SIGHT, CELOWNIK = REAR SIGHT):




    TABELE OF ELEVATIONS FOR 7,62 x 39 mm i 5,45 x 39 mm:





    HOW TO ZERO YOUR RIFLE TO THIS TARGET:
    - rifle supported without bayonet etc.
    - dystans strzelania 25 lub 50 m,
    - target: target KOLEKCJA 061,
    - rear sight number:
    * 3 - AK/AKM,
    * 4 - TANTAL/BERYL,
    - point of aim:
    * 25 m lower middle of black belt on target (upper one) - FOLD the target as shown on the pic,
    * 50 m lower middle of black bottom belt.

    WAY OF SETTING TARGET AT 25 meters:


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    YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE TARGET HERE:
    Tarcze do przystrzeliwania od Ekipy 061 ? KOLEKCJA 061 ? bro? i akcesoria
    sim97fan3, Pookie, AZAK and 4 others like this.

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    I think or I'm sure that I've posted this topic in wrong part of the forum so mayber a friendly moderator/admin could move this topic to the right section?!

    My idea is to get some feedback about the target.

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    You put a lot of effort into this, thanks! Although a useful reference item, you won’t get the feedback you desire in this subforum. I’ll move it over to General.
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    Before posted it I've searched few subforums and I assumed thoese one is the best for something like that - I've found there something similiar/discussion about zeroing the AK.

    Thank you!

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    This looks interesting. I had a few questions but I think I answered them myself.

    I'm guessing after it's sighted you set the rear back to P (Cyrillic P)

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    The "P", "S" or other is equal to 3 (AK) and 4 (Tantal, Beryl) or as other says it is equal to point-blank range.

    I'm useing the 3 in my AKMSN and 4 in Beryl when I'm shooting.

    If you have got any questions please be free to ask them.

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    Cool. Thanks.
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    Going to print some of these out, thanks!
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