Pond James Pond:
Y0u must have good eyes to be accurate with iron sights and you must concentrate on several things at once: focusing on the rifles sights and letting the target blurr. Next, you must learn to release the trigger with out disturbing your sight alignment while the sights are moving. This takes a considerable amount of practice. No one holds a rifle perfectly still.
With a scope you only have to learn to release the trigger without jerking it while the reticlle is on target.
It takes good shooting fundamentals, another subject, to be proficent with eiher sight. Witch sighting system complaments the other I'm not sure. However, I think the scope is easier to master.
Clifford L. Hughes
Last edited by Clifford L. Hughes; October 15, 2012 at 03:40 PM.