And can you do it on demand? Under stress? With the urgency of the moment? The type of urgency that brings risk of injury or death with it? Does it work in varying degrees of light? Do back-drops significantly alter the success of sighting?
The concept of the sight continuum comes to mind. Where on it does this fall and how would it benefit the shooter over the other techniiques found on it, particularly the ones it would/may replace?
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