Conventionally, hunting sights can be divided into two categories: purely mechanical devices and devices based on effects in optical glass – prisms and lenses. The first includes open and diopter sights, the second – collimator and optical sights. The latter, because of the huge species diversity, deserve separate consideration, only the main types of grids are a good dozen.
Collimator sights, despite the sufficient complexity of these devices, are related to open devices in the field of application, covering short shooting distances, in particular, on corral hunts. Continue reading