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Old April 21st, 2019, 11:31 AM #51
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If you are scoring 85+ in live fire exercises then thats a good start for sure. Just curious which pistol are you using?
Stock Glock G19 Gen4 MOS with RMR dual illuminated. I’m 71 now and focusing on the front sight got to be a royal PIA. I like being able to focus at infinity and see the superimposed dot clearly. My far vision is good but that distance at the end of my reach and closer is poor.
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Old April 21st, 2019, 12:33 PM #52
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Stock Glock G19 Gen4 MOS with RMR dual illuminated. Iím 71 now and focusing on the front sight got to be a royal PIA. I like being able to focus at infinity and see the superimposed dot clearly. My far vision is good but that distance at the end of my reach and closer is poor.

Iím in agreement that having the RDS helps quite a bit with respect to seeing the target and sights. Lately I have been wearing +1.0 safety glasses. The target at 25yds looks just slightly out of focus but I can see the sights well enough to get a sight picture.
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