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Old April 25, 2017, 03:04 PM   #1
Pond, James Pond
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Does it matter if the front sight moves...

.. as long as it's on target?


....should the sights be on target throughout the trigger pull?

I ask this as I was doing some dry-firing with my snub in DA.

I was doing slow trigger pulls and then I did some "cylinder dumps" at an unlucky item of kitchen paraphenalia when I noticed that while the sights were moving quite a bit as I was pulling the trigger fast, yet the front sight was still on the target when the trigger broke.
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