M4 – 1 click=2 MOA. • When zeroing The recommended mounting position of the M68 CCO is the forward rail slot on . On a 25 meter M16A2 zeroing target. A Battle Sight Zero allows you to aim center mass on a target and achieve a hit from zero to meters. . M16A4. M4/M4A1. Carrying Handle. Windage. ½ MOA. 1 MOA. Carrying Handle. Elevation. 1 ½ MOA CCO (Windage and. Elevation). feedback (Figure 10). The M Sight, RCO, when installed on a M4/M4A1/ M16A4/M16A2, is zeroed on a standard M16 zero target with alternate strike points.

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This is releasable to military students from all requesting foreign countries without restriction. This training support package provides the instructor with a standardized lesson plan for presenting instruction for: Twenty targets will be targe from the foxhole supported firing position. Answer at least 14 out of 20 questions on written test.

Obtain at least 23 target hits out of xero timed targets.


The academic hours required to teach this course are as follows: Hours Lesson Number Testing, review of test results: There are no clearance or access requirements for this lesson.

One classroom for 40 students, a 25 meter zero range, and a computerized record fire M16 qualification range. Before presenting this lesson, thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified reference material to include prerequisite classes.

The day prior to training, the primary instructor will brief the chief instructor. Range safety NCO will clear and inspect weapons when soldiers enter and exit the firing line. Range OIC will ensure that all range requirements are met, and all safety warnings stated in the technical manual are enforced. At the completion of the classroom instruction, you will receive a twenty question written test during which you must score a minimum of at least 14 out of 20 questions in order to pass.

At the completion of the range instruction, you will qualify with the M68 CCO on the selected weapon during a LFX; in order for you to qualify, you must achieve at least 23 target hits out of 40 target exposures.

Overhead Projector, screen and actual equipment Motivator: Today you will be introduced to the M68 close combat optic CCO. By applying the four fundamentals of rifle marksmanship and the training you are about to receive you will be able to engage and destroy enemy targets more effectively and increase your battlefield awareness. At the completion of this lesson you [the student] will: Answer at least 14 of 20 questions on written test. Obtain 23 target hits out of 40 timed targets.

Up to this point you have learned how to engage targets with your iron sights and boresight a weapon with the borelight. Now you will learn how to decrease your target acquisition time and increase your target hits by using the M68 Close Combat Optic that is also known as the CCO. Tell the students what they will be learning in the class: Given a weapon and a CCO with a fresh battery Standards: Characteristics of the CCO Method of instruction: Overhead Projector, screen and Actual equipment Equipment Data: It is important to keep the M68 batteries separated while being stored.


If the batteries are touching, they will discharge themselves and have a reduced battery life.

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The higher the position on Rotary Switch, the brighter the red dot becomes. If Rotary Switch is set higher than 3, it can be seen during limited visibility by the enemy.

Align the threads properly to avoid cross threading and turn clockwise. Reverse the procedure to remove it zerro the M Hand tighten the ARD only. This means that the ccl covers 3 inches of the target at yards. As the distance to the target increases so does the area of the target the red dot covers. Below is data on how much the red dot masks the target at different ranges.

Stop and think how big a 9. An E —type Silhouette is This leaves only about 4. Notice in this visual that the red dot is roughly half the size of the meter E-type silhouette Transition: Now that you know what the characteristics are we will discuss the principles of operation. The M68 is a reflex non-telescopic sight. No centering or focusing is required. When engaging targets less than 50m away, you must center the red dot in the sight and align the red dot center mass on the target.

If the operator sees the red dot on the target and uses good marksmanship techniques, the bullet will strike the target The red n4 does not have to be centered in the M68 for the weapon to zeo aligned with the target. The Elevation and Windage adjusters must be perfectly vertical and horizontal in relation to the mount. Failure do do so will complicate making the correct adjustments to the M Adjust 4 clicks to move the strike of the round one box on the 10 meter boresight target.

The squares of the M16A2 25 meter Zero Target are 9. This makes it easier to determine the number of click adjustments needed to change the strike of the round. Adjust the intensity of the dot prior to firing. The intensity of the dot should be enough as to be cvo without difficulty but not so bright as to mask the center of the silhouette of the 25 meter zero target.

Place the red dot centered in the M68 and center mass of target then fire. The M68 CCO is a passive sight that projects no laser onto the target, the collimated red dot is completely inside the sight. If the rotary switch is set higher than position 3 it can be seen at night.


Do a check on learning: At what range does the CCO become Parallax free? Inventory the M68 and accessories that they have with them. Put the batteries into the M68 Manipulate the rotary switch to the different intensity levels Ensure that: The soldiers have the required accessories If applicable The soldiers put the batteries into the M68 properly and the battery is fresh.

The red dot is visible. The elevation and windage adjusters are vertical and horizontal. Now that you can identify the major components of the CCO, We can discuss how to perform maintenance on the M Lecture Instructor to student ratio is: Damage — Broken casing or broken lenses c.

Moisture — look through lenses for condensation or wetness d. Obstruction or target image — ensure nothing, including lens caps and the ARD blocks field of view. Inspect battery cap and adjustment caps to ensure the: Cap is present b.

Threads are clear c. O-rings are present to stop moisture d.

Step by Step Guide

Battery is present and fresh 3. Ensure red dot is visible and adjustable in intensity 4. Ensure mounting bracket is not damaged or missing Make sure lens covers are not ripped, dry rotted, or missing Ensure ARD is not dented or obstructs the field of view. If this is not a mounting option for your unit, hide this slide during the presentation. Now that you are familiar with the major components and how to maintain the sight we will discuss how to place the M68 CCO into operation.

PE-1 Instructor to student ratio is: Tighten the mounting bolt through the carrying handle into the mounting bracket by hand.

Do not tool tighten Cvo after firing first three rounds. Mount the M68 CCO onto the mounting bracket and tighten the torque limiting knob until you hear two audible clicks.

Open the lens covers. If the adapter bracket is removed from the weapon then the zero of the M68 will be lost. Turn M68 CCO off and, if storing, remove zeto battery. This will cause an incorrect zero. At this time have students mount the M68 CCO onto their weapon. The students hand tighten the metal mounting screw when mounting the Adapter bracket onto carrying handle.

The Adapter bracket fully rests on the carrying handle. The students tighten the torque limiting knob until they hear 2 audible clicks. Remove targef carrying handle. Mount sight onto the Picatinny Rail and tighten the Torque limiting knob until you hear two audible clicks open the lens covers.

Ensure mount assembly does not extend beyond the end of the Picatinny Rail. The M68 will not retain its zero if mounted this way. The 10 meter boresight target and 25 meter offset does not support the M68 J4 without the half moon spacer installed.