Amen! The first time I tried to do a quick draw from the holster and semi-controlled double tap I couldn't see the front sight to reference and wound up with a hit in the neck and second shot took out the clothespin holding the target and that's with my glasses on under bright lights.z71bill said:Which IMO means you should spend part of your practice time shooting at very close targets - and just pointing and shooting - like a reflex. This type of shooting may not be as much fun as picking off a soup can at 50 feet - but it could be much a more important skill to have.
Dry fire practice with snap cap in chamber. Watch your muzzle at trigger let-off. You will find that the muzzle drops when the hammer falls.turbosupra1313 said:I dont think it would even help me to paint my sights, the gun shoots so far below the factory set sights. at 10 feet its about 7 inches low.... :'(