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Old November 10, 2018, 05:37 PM   #424
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So I have a Trijicon RMR06 series 2 on a Glock 34 that I have been shooting in the carry optics division of USPSA.

Everybody's eyesight is different, so how they become accustomed to the dot is different. My gun has supressor sights on it, and I use the sights to guide my eye to the dot. If that makes sense.

Shooting two handed, I got used to running the dot pretty quickly. I still need to practice a lot one hand only (particularly weak hand only) -- I need to be more consistent in my presentation so I'm not burning a lot of time trying to find the dot or line the sights up.

The RDS is certainly an improvement if you have old eyes and are shooting on an indoor range with spooky, shadowy illumination.
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