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Thread: STI Range Master rear sight click value

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    STI Range Master rear sight click value

    Hello again:
    Could please somebody tell me, whats the click value of the STI Range Master, adjustable rear sight? I remember that in my former pistol (HK USP ELITE), each click equaled to one centimeter at 25 meters.

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    Last edited by Petrus; 30th May 2016 at 04:24.


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    Hi Petrus,

    The Range Master has a Bomar style rear sight. By searching the all-knowing, always correct, Interweb's storehouse of knowledge and rumors I found:Bomaradj.GIF
    Assuming that graphic is correct, your sight should need two clicks to move 1 cm horizontally at 25 meters. More or less.
    Actually, .75 cm, with the further assumption that my inches to centimeters mental gymnastics are up-to-par. My confidence in my ability to use any personal intellectual capability is greatly reduced by the distracting consequences brought about by having an unwanted adventure in a patch of poison ivy. *scratch* *scratch* *scratch*

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    Thank you once again, Pyrenean, for your information. Im back home now, after 15 days in the Pyrenees Mountains. Yes; one inch is 2,54 centimeters, so your calculations are correct.
    Greetings from San Sebastian.
    Last edited by Petrus; 30th May 2016 at 14:05.


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