Oh no. Not another thread degenerating into a "point shooting vs. sighted shooting" argument.
Both are necessary. It's not either-or but both-and.
It has been proven over and over again that sighted fire is superior to unsighted fire.
The point (obvious pun
) is to get adequately-accurate
hits on target, on a life-threatening adversary, at relatively close range. Point shooting does this faster, in hands that know how to accomplish it
, faster than sighted shooting.
At longer distances, sighted shooting excels point shooting for accuracy, no doubt about it, but that isn't the condition under discussion here.