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Rifle periscope










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6715227.

A rifle periscope (30) is provided for allowing an indirect line of vision without obstructing use of existing sight assemblies (18, 20) mounted on a rifle (10). The rifle periscope (30) includes a removable mount assembly (32) attached to a barrel (22) of the rifle (22) so as to allow for an unobstructed direct line of vision when using the sight assemblies (18, 20). The removable mount assembly (32) has a first surface (48) and a second surface (52). The first surface (48) has a viewing mirror (50) attached thereto for to providing a first indirect line of vision that is outside of a firing range of the rifle (10). The second surface (52) has a targeting mirror (54) attached thereto for providing a second indirect line of vision that is within a firing range of said rifle (10).








 
 
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