vb. To sight, to see, to look at again.
Usage examples of "resight".
The charged brush seemed to clear everything, and he'd just have to assume the scope was still aligned and resight it if needed.
If he was going to break surface soon, he needed to move so that he would be harder to resight and fire upon.
He heard the noise of the rifle in his ear, saw the German topple slowly over, and then the components of the scene moved feverishly as he snicked back the bolt, resighted and fired again as a light in the farmhouse went out and the second German, startled but already moving, was flung forward onto his face.
He resighted the gun and waited, looking out at stillness and silence.