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Old March 4, 2013, 10:50 PM   #14
Double Naught Spy
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That way if his glass ever malfunctions in the field, he has the experience to just take it off and still shoot.
If we are worried about the sights being problematic, then shouldn't we teach people to point shoot first, just in case they are in the field and the sights, regardless of type, get messed up?

I know the argument that iron sights are more durable, but durable as they may be, I have seen lots of people show up to the public range and my range with guns where the iron sights needed to be adjusted and resighted-in because something happened to them. I have been in matches where one of the sights (usually the front) has fallen off the slide of a pistol or where the sights have started walking during a COF.
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