Just train the gun on that white stone on the shore over there; look through your peep-sight and get the gun exactly on it.
"By Jove, that peep-sight is a streak," Parker declared admiringly.
The American contrivance of the peep-sight is a very minute instrument, with a still smaller aperture.
While this was proceeding Robert would be at the shoulder-piece, his eye at the peep-sight, aiming at some boat in the river.
I have experimented with peep-sights; but one cannot hold a pistol steadily enough to get the full advantage of a peep-sight.
At the quarter-pole Kay had worked her mount easily up through the ruck to contend with peep-sight.
Well, peep-sight wins at the half by one open length—and the cholo boy is using a switch on him!