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gunplumber
April 02, 2017, 18:06
Water-logged, so I cleaned it up a bit. Actual height 10"

http://www.arizonaresponsesystems.com/wp/fal/l1a1-target-rnzaf.jpg

sparkeyboaz
April 02, 2017, 18:23
Very cool!
Looks like a sight in target!
Sparkeyboaz

SPEEDGUNNER
April 02, 2017, 18:56
Is that representing the height difference between a Kiwi and a NVA?

yellowhand
April 02, 2017, 19:49
Some type of distance aiming instructional is my guess, target larger close in, smaller further out at known distances.
How they used it, not that's the real question???:D
And with scoped rifles with internal range finders, markers???
Can't see how it was done with open sights?
Neat piece of history, frame it!

def90
April 02, 2017, 23:39
The two figures are the same size so not a distance thing.. I'm guessing some sort of sight alignment target for short distance as well. The sight post would be on the upper figure and the bore would be on the lower.

gunplumber
April 03, 2017, 05:34
The two figures are the same size so not a distance thing.. I'm guessing some sort of sight alignment target for short distance as well. The sight post would be on the upper figure and the bore would be on the lower.

That might be what the scaled 25/200 means

IOf one zeros 1" low at 25, one will be pretty close to poi=poa from 200-300, and the two targets seem about 1" offset.