The use of a red dot on a handgun is slightly different. Iron sight shooters are accustomed to front sight focus. Instead, focus on the target and super impose the dot on center. Now, we shouldn’t focus on the dot as it will begin to blur, we want that dot clear and crisp! Additionally the dot does not need to be in the center of the optic viewing window, as long as the dot is where you want to hit, PULL THE TRIGGER! Use the same drill as last week but change where your focus is, if you try a dot for the first time you will see accuracy, as well as speed improvements over time! But yo may find things more challenging at first! Give it a try, you will notice an increase in you confidence levels!
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– Troy Eckenrode | Firearm Instructor, Shoot Center