Test results shown using a DW Battlesight rifle front sight and a rear peep sight:

Shot A: Using a .30-30 at 250 yards

Shot B: Using a .30-30 at 275 yards

Shot C: Using a 6.5 x 55 at 275 yards

Shot D: Using a .45-70 at 275 yards

NOTE: Hairline to hairline, target measures 13 inches. Don't laugh at our homemade target!

Not shown: A group (of two

rounds) was shot at 425 yards

and measured less than 4 inches. 

White dot was shot at 200 yards. Exposed bullet hole

was shot at 400 yards.

Holding top of the flat, aiming for

center of circle (bottom of neck), strike point is approximately 12-14 inches low.

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 25" of the target,

indicating a distance of 125 yards.

125

Yards

100

Yards

75 Yards

What you see:

What you get:

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 5" of the target,

indicating a distance of 25 yards.

= Hold Point

Shooting a 1911 .45 automatic (ACP), 5" barrel, 230 grain FMJ

Our results:

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 30" of the target,

indicating a distance of 150 yards.

150

Yards

Holding top of the flat, aiming for center of circle (chin), strike point is approximately 

16-18 inches low.

Holding top of the flat, aiming for

center of circle (bottom center of lungs), strike point is approximately 6-8 inches high.

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 15" of the target,

indicating a distance of 75 yards.

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 10" of the target,

indicating a distance of 50 yards.

50 Yards

25 Yards

= Strike Point

LEGEND:

Holding top of the flat, aiming for center of circle (center of the face), strike point is approximately 20-24 inches low.

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 35" of the target,

indicating a distance of 175 yards.

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 40" of the target,

indicating a distance of 200 yards.

Holding top of the flat, aiming for

center of circle (between the lungs), strike point is approximately 1.5 inches low.

NOTE: The aperture of the sight shows approximately 20" of the target,

indicating a distance of 100 yards.

Holding top of the flat, strike point

is approximately 2.5 inches low.

Holding top of the flat, strike point

is approximately 3/4 inch high.

Shooting a Bolt-Action, "off-the-shelf" 6.5 x 55, 140 grain Hornady bullet. Velocity= 2,650 fps

175

Yards

200

Yards

Disclaimer:

Sight distance to eye will cause a slight variation in range finding ability. Familiarize yourself in accordance to your own personal shooting habits.

9-26-2013

 

Shot at 500 yards using only a DW Battlesight and a receiver peepsight. Gong measures 19" x 16".

Shooting at distances greater than

150 yards is recommended

for expert marksmen or combat necessity only.