^ Yes (not just handguns as I mistakenly implied.) Learning to shoot with both eyes open is easier without a scope on your firearm (whether it is a rifle, shotgun or handgun.) I believe it becomes easier with a scope after you have learned to shoot with both eyes open without a scope. Both eyes must be open for depth perception, that is, perception of the distance to the target.
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