Keep Your M145's Light Shining

July 2006
PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Jul2006, Issue 644, p17
The article provides information on the light of the M145 machine gun optic. It states that machine guns have illuminated reticle for low-light sighting. It instructs machine gunners to turn the rotary switch to off when reticle light is not needed. It also reminds the gunner that the reticle light has nine settings.


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