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--- Quote from: Trigger_1 on October 14, 2012, 05:38:36 PM ---Rich....Thanks for the link....I would prefer the 6 o'clock hold.... :-\
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I agree with Kraigster.  The 6 o'clock sight picture is OK for shooting standard sized round targets but is no good for a combat firearm.  The problem is that there's no circle on the bad guy's shirt.  Making whatever is at the top of the front sight in the sight picture be the impact point is the only practical sight picture for combat or hunting in my opinion.

That said, practice with a true up-close combat pistol should be done with a lot of point-shooting.  In other words, don't waste time lining up the sights.  As I've written elsewhere several times, this sort of shooting requires that the pistol fit the shooter's hand well.

Trigger_1:
Some of the pistols I own that have adjustable rear sights are set for 6 o'clock hold for steel plate shooting....Which means the bullit will shoot to center plate while aiming at the bottom of the plate....When shooting rapid fire it is much easier to see the plate...especially with bad eyesight...

If you have a gun that has no adjustable sights...It will require some work on the gun to achieve the POA that you want....

Now if your shooting at a BG.....Who need sights....... :P

Shootinbil:
My Beretta nano shoots Dead on. It will hits wherever I put the front dot of sight.


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Trigger_1:
Shootinbil.....Enjoyed your video on the Nano......Welcome to the forum.... :D

Shootinbil:
Hey thank you I really appreciate that.


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