Iron Vs Scope Will shooting well with one...
...make you a better shot with the other?
I ask this as I've recently had to remove my Burris scope to get a turret cap of whose screw was stuck. I don't want to put the scope back on until it is ready to use with all the bells and whistles attached.
However, that doesn't mean I am not itching to shoot the rifle, especially after a recent thread that included pointers on long range technique.
So, I thought to myself, "Why not put the rear sight back on and shoot iron sights for a while?"
It seems to me that if I could get half respectable groups with iron sights that would only serve to improve any shooting I do later with the aid of a scope.
Am I wrong?
Or would some range time with iron sights allow me to learn some basics that would otherwise be compensated for by a fancy 12x scope?
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