Here's that site...
Here's those lessons plans
Click on the underlined text to see those lessons plans.
Now a question since reading a few of those lesson plans.
The Battlesight Zero (BZO) is obtained using a center of mass hold...my question is how do you know that your holding the same of amount of "Black"?
Before we used to use a 6 o'clock hold or aiming at the bottom of the Bull-Eye...keeping the sight alinement (amazing a horziontal line across the center of the rear aperature and then a vertical line running up and down the center of the rear sight aperature placing the front sight blade where they cross then placing or aiming at the bottom of the bull-eye to form the sight picture and if there was white between the front sight blade and the bull-eye you knew that the shot was going to be low and if it went into the Bulleye you knew that the shot was going to be high.
This gave you a definite point to aim at.
You were aiming at this point but your elevations settings were set to hit the center of the bull-eye.
If everything was ideal you should be having hits dead center of the bull-eye.
So from the settings at the 300 yard, meters line we dropped the elevation 2 click to move the strike of the bull from the center to where we were aiming than point of aim became point of impact...or what we called our "Battle Sights" and you left these on your rifle from than on...
Everything else was what I taught as a PMI...even some of the terms are still the same...
Remembering things that one thought that one had forgotten...but like riding a bicycle...you never forget...