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The fully adjustable 2,200-yard rear sight is a bit optimistic, but for volley fire during WWI, it served its purpose.
The Mark III and the later Mark III* -- which did away with the volley fire sights and magazine cutoff, among other things, as economy measures and to speed up manufacturing -- would remain the principal British rifle of World War I.
Are we sometimes so busy hosing the other guy with volley fire that we fail to realize if we would only look at the sight, hold on the target and follow though with the sight picture upon hammer fall we could get a hit?