RU179976U1 - Aiming arrows - Google Patents

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RU179976U1
RU179976U1 RU2017131808U RU2017131808U RU179976U1 RU 179976 U1 RU179976 U1 RU 179976U1 RU 2017131808 U RU2017131808 U RU 2017131808U RU 2017131808 U RU2017131808 U RU 2017131808U RU 179976 U1 RU179976 U1 RU 179976U1
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picatinny rail
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Борис Георгиевич Еремин
Дмитрий Борисович Еремин
Сергей Владимирович Мартынов
Владимир Викторович Никитенко
Оксана Викторовна Смирнова
Алексей Николаевич Царьков
Владислав Алексеевич Чернюк
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41GWEAPON SIGHTS; AIMING
    • F41G1/00Sighting devices
    • F41G1/06Rearsights
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41GWEAPON SIGHTS; AIMING
    • F41G1/00Sighting devices
    • F41G1/06Rearsights
    • F41G1/16Adjusting mechanisms therefor; Mountings therefor

Abstract

The sighting device for small arms contains the front sight and rear sight mounted on the Picatinny rail, and the front sight and rear sight are hinged (folding) in the array of Picatinny rail mounted on the small arms, the rear sight contains a latch that also allows you to move and fix it in the longitudinal direction along the Picatinny rail and the front sight is fixed without the possibility of longitudinal movement.

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The utility model relates to the field of small arms and can be used in the development of sights for small arms.

Known sighting device (Patent RU No. 2439460, IPC F41G 1/06, published January 10, 2012), containing a front sight and a sight mounted on arms equipped with pillars with a diopter and a slot, two spring-loaded sighting sights are mounted on an axis fixed in the sight housing laths on both sides of the axis in mirror image to each other, a diopter is made at the nearest to the eye arrow of the aiming strip, and a slot is made at the far one. In the longitudinal grooves of the sight housing there is an engine with the possibility of selective interaction with elements on the aiming bars that determine their working position. The front sight and sight of the sights are mounted on a Picatinny rail mounted on the receiver.

The disadvantage of this sighting device is the lack of the ability to install modern optoelectronic aiming devices and other devices to increase the effectiveness of combat use without removing the front sight and sight of the sighting device mounted on the Picatinny rail mounted on the receiver, which narrows the tactical characteristics of the weapon.

The closest technical solution that can be taken as a prototype is the sighting of small arms (Patent RU No. 2549086, IPC F41G 1/06, published on 04/20/2015), containing a sight mounted on a gun, an aiming block mounted on a bar Picatinny rail, sighting bar. Additionally, the rear sight is mounted on the sighting bar with the possibility of rotation around the longitudinal axis, and the sighting block moves along the Picatinny rail and is fixed depending on the selected position of the pillar.

The disadvantage of this sighting device is the inability to install modern optoelectronic aiming devices and other devices to increase the effectiveness of combat use, without removing the front sight and sight of the sighting device mounted on the Picatinny rail mounted on the receiver, which narrows the tactical characteristics of the weapon. In case of failure of the optoelectronic aiming device, time is required to install the front sight and the aiming block in place of the failed optoelectronic aiming device on the Picatinny rail.

The objective of the proposed utility model is to simplify and speed up the process of reconfiguring the sights, expanding the functionality of small arms and increasing usability.

The technical result of the utility model is:

- simplification and acceleration of the process of reconfiguring the sights;

- expanding the functionality of small arms;

- ease of use of mechanical sights in the conditions of warfare.

This object is achieved in that the sighting device of small arms contains a front sight and rear sight mounted on a Picatinny rail, the front sight and rear sight are hinged in the Picatinny rail array mounted on a small arms, the rear sight can be moved and fixed in the longitudinal direction along the Picatinny rail, the front sight is fixed without the possibility of longitudinal movement.

The proposed design allows you to quickly remove and install the necessary optoelectronic aiming device with its reliable fixation, and if necessary, quickly remove and use mechanical sights: the front sight and rear sight located in the Picatinny rail, which simplifies and accelerates the process of reconfiguring the sights.

Placing pillars with a diopter and a slit at a fixed distance from the shooter's eye is not optimal, since the pillar according to ergonomic requirements should allow the small arms to be adjusted to individual characteristics (vision, anthropometric data) of the shooter to ensure good aiming accuracy. The essence of the utility model is illustrated by drawings, which depict:

- in FIG. 1 - General view of the sights (longitudinal section);

- in FIG. 2 - general view of the sights;

- in FIG. 3 - General view of the sights in the folded state;

- figure 4 is a top view of the sights in the folded state;

- in FIG. 5 - a longitudinal section of the sights (rear sight moved in the longitudinal direction);

- in FIG. 6 is a general view of the sights with the whole moved (the rear sight and front sight are folded);

- in FIG. 7 is a general view of the sights with the whole moved.

The sighting device of small arms contains a front sight (folding) in the Picatinny rail array 1 front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, with the possibility of height adjustment, and rear sight 4. Front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and rear sight 4 are made folding (folding) in an array of Picatinny rail 1, mounted on small arms (not shown conditionally), using a Key Mod 5 mount. To hold the front sight 2 screwed into the base 3 and the rear sight 4 in vertical or horizontal positions on internal samples 6 and 7 of the Pi Catinnie 1 is equipped with latches 8 for front sight 2, screwed into base 3, and rear 4. Spiral springs 9 fixed in slots of Picatinny rail 1 are used to hold front sight 2, screwed into base 3, and rear sight 4 in a given position (vertical or horizontal). The front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and the rear sight 4 are fixed in the array of Picatinny rail 1 with axles 10, 11. To move the rear sight 4 along the Picatinny rail 1, additional holes 12 are provided in the array of the Picatinny rail 1 for fixing the rear axle 4 after it is moved in the longitudinal direction along the Picatinny rail 1, using the axis 11. Depending on the requirements for weapons, on the Picatinny rail 1 can be made as many additional holes 12, but not less than two. The front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and the rear sight 4 are fixed in an array of Picatinny rail 1, attached to the receiver of the weapon using mounts such as Key Mod 5.

To translate the sights of small arms in the working position, it is necessary to manually put the front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and the rear sight 4 in the vertical position. The front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and the rear sight 4 under the action of the coil springs 9 rises to the stop and is held by the latches 8. The aiming in this case is through the slot of the rear sight 4 and the front sight 2 screwed into the base 3. To aim at the target, it is necessary to combine the front sight 2 screwed into the base 3, with the hole of the rear sight 4 and the aiming point, and fire.

To move the rear sight 4 in the longitudinal direction along the Picatinny rail 1, it is necessary to knock out axis 11 with a punch, move the rear sight 4 to the required distance along the Picatinny rail 1 and fix it with the 11 axis. (vision, anthropometric data) arrow, fulfilling ergonomic requirements and providing good aiming accuracy, which is achieved by longitudinal movement of the rear sight 4 and fixing it in the selected m hole 12 using the axis 11 on the Picatinny rail 1.

If it is necessary to install an optoelectronic aiming device, the front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and the rear sight 4 are placed in a horizontal position by hand. The front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, and the rear sight 4 turning on the axes 10, 11 are hidden in the array of the Picatinny rail 1, which does not prevent the installation of an optical-electronic aiming device on the Picatinny rail 1.

The proposed device allows you to quickly configure the rear sight 4 and front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, on the sighting rail Picatinny 1, turning them 90 °. In addition, the device allows the use of small arms at any time and in any weather conditions.

In order to test the feasibility of technical implementation of the proposed device, the authors made of technical aluminum and tested a prototype sighting device for small arms.

Preliminary tests showed that the device improves firing efficiency, provides reliable mounting of the sight on the weapon, stability of the aiming point when moving the rear sight 4 and front sight 2 screwed into the base 3, from the horizontal to the combat (vertical) position and during firing, as well as individual characteristics of the shooter when moving the rear sight 4 in the longitudinal direction along the Picatinny rail 1 increases the accuracy of shooting.

The proposed design allows you to quickly translate the rear sight 4 and front sight 2, screwed into the base 3, from the horizontal position to the combat position and back, remove and install the necessary optoelectronic aiming devices on the Picatinny rail 1. The use of Key Mod 5 mounts allows you to securely fix the Picatinny rail 1, providing a light and rigid structure, thereby eliminating the movement and elastic deformation of the rear sight 4 and front sight 2, screwed into the base 3.

The longitudinal movement of the rear sight at the base of the sight (Picatinny rail) allows you to adjust the small arms to individual characteristics (vision, anthropometric data) of the arrow, fulfilling ergonomic requirements and ensuring good aiming accuracy, which is achieved by longitudinal movement of the rear sight using the lock.

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  1. A sighting device for small arms containing a front sight and rear sight mounted on a Picatinny rail, characterized in that the front sight and rear sight are folding in the array of Picatinny rail mounted on a small arms, the rear sight can be moved and fixed in the longitudinal direction along the Picatinny rail, the front sight is fixed without the possibility of longitudinal movement.
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US20100005697A1 (en) * 2007-02-01 2010-01-14 Norbert Fluhr Connecting pieces for weapon rails
RU2549086C1 (en) * 2013-12-30 2015-04-20 Открытое акционерное общество "Концерн "Калашников" Sighting device for small arms
US20150369564A1 (en) * 2014-01-31 2015-12-24 Sig Sauer, Inc. Foldable firearm sight assembly including a leaf spring
US9683811B1 (en) * 2016-06-24 2017-06-20 Spike's Tactical, Llc Low-profile folding sight with adjustable aperture

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US20100005697A1 (en) * 2007-02-01 2010-01-14 Norbert Fluhr Connecting pieces for weapon rails
RU2549086C1 (en) * 2013-12-30 2015-04-20 Открытое акционерное общество "Концерн "Калашников" Sighting device for small arms
US20150369564A1 (en) * 2014-01-31 2015-12-24 Sig Sauer, Inc. Foldable firearm sight assembly including a leaf spring
US9683811B1 (en) * 2016-06-24 2017-06-20 Spike's Tactical, Llc Low-profile folding sight with adjustable aperture

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