Sights - Lining Them Up

To take an extremely accurate shot, you must first have accurate sight alignment.

But what does this look like?

Good sight alignment is necessary for an accurate shot.
What does good sight alignment look like?

Rear Sight "Window"

First of all, you need to find the "window" created by your rear sights. If you laid your finger straight across the top of the rear sights, you should be able to see your entire aim point or target through this window. This is the window you must use to align your sights for maximum effectiveness.

Alignment Results

Aligning your sights incorrectly will generally have the following results:

Impact Will Be HIGHER Than Aim Point

Impact Will Be RIGHT Of Aim Point