M4 Iron Sight
The M4 Iron Sights can be adjusted to any desired height by rotating the either the side or front Sight to the left or right. To adjust elevation with the factory M4 sight, rotate the top front sight with an adjustable sight adjuster, multi-tool or even the butt of a bullet with a mounting pin. To bring up the bottom point of impact, align the front sight line with the arrow markings on top of the base.
Rotating the side or front sight in the positive direction will bring up the bottom or red dot and moving clockwise will bring up the white dot. Each click or indent on the top front sight will move the POI by 1-inches at 100-yards. Adjusting the m4 iron sights for windage will return the shooter to the original point of impact. To wind up, shoot the gun with the sights pointing away from your target and then come back and hit the "wind" button on your shotgun. This operation should be done several times for best results.
The manufacturer of the M4 Iron Sights has been providing quality iron sights for law enforcement and sporting uses for over eleven years now. Over that period of time, this item has been modified numerous times to improve upon its basic design. Here is some user info on the company and their products.
Smith & Wesson is a family owned business based out of South Pittsburg, TN. Smith & Wesson is the most popular manufacturer of firearms in the United States. The company has been making iron sights for over eleven years now. Here is some user info on Smith & Wesson firearms and their products.
Smith and Wesson started manufacturing m4 iron sights in September of 1963. Since that time, they have continually improved their product line. The front end of the company is currently remodeling the current factory building which should end soon. The current building is being torn down to make way for a new state of the art building. Once it is torn down, all current Smith and Wesson manufacturing will cease.
Smith and Wesson currently makes three types of handguns they are the M4 Carbine, pistol, and the M4 Iron Sight. They also make ammo for those three items along with related accessories. The main difference between the different models is caliber and firer velocity. The caliber is the size of the bullet which is used in order to stop human beings from shooting themselves or each other.
Carbines and pistols use different powder loads and bullet types. M4 Iron Sights are made using both american and international powder loads. This is great for competition as you can shoot at a rate of two moa/second with each shot. A two moa round is a one-shot distance which is the same as the American army's M1 carbine and is effective against lightly armored targets.
There are many accessories that attach to a M4 and can add to its functionality. Front grip accessories, flash hider, pistol and magazine covers, and red dot sights are just a few of the items you can buy that enhance the functionality of your weapon system. These accessories increase the capability of your rifle and increases its ability to handle fast moving, uncertain situations. When you buy Smith and Wesson products, you can be sure that they will last and you'll get plenty of use out of them. M4 Iron Sights from Smith and Wesson make a great addition to any collection as well.
M4 Iron Sight models include a bolt catch latch, pistol grip and a buttstock. The buttstock is used in conjunction with the pin in the bolt catch latch so that the shooter must have both hands free for this function. A shooter must have a shooting position that does not permit an unassisted draw or a side-to-side release of the rifle's charging handle. The pin in the bolt catch latch holds the bolt open until it is ready to be fired, at which time the shooter must manually cock the weapon system to have a safe firing range.
M4 Iron Sights incorporate a two stage trigger system with a sear and break safety. The sear allows a firmer hold on the primer than a standard spring Loaded pin. To fire a round, a shooter must aim at a target with the crosshairs on the sight and pull the trigger for the first pellet. After this has fired, the sear will lift and lock back on the second pellet, and the gun will fire at a constant one pound shot weight for each pellet until it is triggered again to fire a third pellet. This system provides a much higher degree of "fire control" than a standard spring Loaded, which makes it much easier to manage during competition.
The Iron Sight offers two styles of zeroing: dry-fire and wet-fire. For dry-fire applications, the shooter must place the sight on an approximately equal distance from their target and aim, pointing directly at the center of the target at the time of the shot. For wet-fire zeroing, the shooter must place the iron sight on an approximately equal distance from their target with the crosshairs at the top of the sight pointing toward the rear of the target at the time of the shot. The purpose of wet-fire zeroing is to increase the likelihood of obtaining a larger diameter of rifled shot and reducing wind resistance to produce a more stable flight trajectory.
Muzzlebrake systems utilize a hydraulic brake that applies consistent pressure to the sight as it is released, resulting in greater accuracy. A positive reciprocating cam lever functions as a safety device in the M4. The levers automatically lock after each shot and lock into place upon receipt of the next shot. They are easy to operate and can be manually released by pressing a single key. However, these locks can also be manually engaged for additional control.