Getting ready to take carry class and do have access to the B-21 targets. Can some tell me the dimension of the actual scoring area ?
I don't think you'll have any problems Sir, unless your condition(s) are extreme.Thanks Guys for the response. Guess it would help with a little background. I am in Ky. Not new to handguns, but have been long absent from the sport. A hundred years ago I did a lot of bowling pins and combat stuff. I guess my concern is more pride than anything else. At one time I was pretty decent, but the eyes, hands nerves ain't what they use to be. I wanted to put in as much realistic practice as possible so I didn't embarrass myself.
Agreed. I have a friend that competes and his shooting was going downhill. Come to find out, he could no longer focus on his front sights. His optometrist helped him immensely. It takes you taking your firearm into your optometrist's office and getting a prescription that allows you to focus on the front sight in the stance you commonly shoot from. The distance between your eyes and the front sight will have to be measured exactly for your prescription.Work with your optometrist on a shooing specific Rx if you are having problems getting a clear focus on the front post.
I frequently have patients bring their hand guns into the office so hat we can refine their shooting specific Rx. Especially those shooters who are over 48 or so. Every day correction isn't always adequate or provide optimum focus for shooting.
The more I see these sights, the more I like them. If they had a night-sight version of this system, I'd order them right away.Welcome to the Forum.
Some really good sights you could try, if needed, are the Advantage Tactical sights. I have them on my G26 and really like them. There website reviews have a lot of people that mention people that had a hard time viewing sights and with these installed it tremendously improved there accuracy. With the purchase, you get a 25 color combination that you can use for whatever your choose, which I thought was pretty cool. I have Orange back sights and a bright green on the front. These sights make pyramid, and you put the point (front sight) right under your target for pretty fast and accurate aim.
Photo here is from there website, using Red front and Yellow back sight.
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