Above are the two sight pictures commonly used when shooting high power rifle with a Service Rifle. In both cases, the
top of the post front sight is held in the center of the rear aperture. With the 6 O'clock Hold, the aiming black is placed
just above the top of the post, leaving a thin line of white to make sure you don't drift into the aiming black. With the
Center Hold, the top of the front post is placed at the middle of the aiming black. As you can see, it is harder to see this
alignment well; partly because of contrast and pixelation issues with the computer image but, in fact, there is sometimes a
problem due to lighting conditions in the real world. The 6 O'clock Hold is usually the one recommended at the beginning and
it is recommended for beginners by us. Once you have built up match experience, you are welcome to try the Center Hold if you
feel you are having trouble with the 6 O'clock Hold.