Better sight system for older eyes


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BigGuy52
May 31, 2009, 08:48 PM
I have a large revolver, 8 shot, 4" barrel with target sights.
At 25' my shots are on target, but at 50' I'm having difficulty seeing a clear vision for the target.

I've been pondering a holgram sight or possibly an optic fiber, or a red dot.

Any ideas/opinions which are best for target shooting?

Thanks for any help.

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JDGray
May 31, 2009, 10:18 PM
Red dot scope or a low powered scope with a lighted retical, would help. I have a 1" Ultra Dot scope on my 22/45, and love it:)

rcmodel
June 1, 2009, 12:30 PM
a clear vision for the target.All you should focus on is the front sight.

Let the rear sight and target blur out.
Your eye & brain will take care of the rest.

As long as the front sight is clear & sharp, the target & rear sight can be blurry and it makes no difference.

That's the way it is supposed to look.

Nobody can focus on three things at the same time anyway.

rc

JDGray
June 1, 2009, 03:24 PM
Ya still gotta see what your shooting at:D He can see, and hit at 25' but not so well at 50'.... Maybe some glasses or new prescription:p

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