I've been shooting with both eyes open for quite a while now and often see threads from one-eye shooters asking about how to learn to shoot with both eyes open. Well, this morning I stumbled upon a way to train your eyes. 1. Stand in a walk-in closet with the lights on in the closet. Leave the door open. Have the room dark. If you don't have a walk-in closet, improvise. Lighten up your room and make the hallway dark. 2. Hold the pistol with both hands like you normally grip the gun. Point it towards the floor. You should be able to look at the pistol with both eyes without any problems. Check your grip. Check your chambered round and firing pin indicators. They should indicate a safe pistol. No problems looking down at the pistol with both eyes, right? 3. Keep your eyes on the pistol and slowly raise it to your normal firing position. Your eyes are going to want to focus far as if you had a target in the distance. Don't! Stay focused on the pistol with both eyes. Having a dark background and light foreground should help. Keep looking at the pistol. Look at your grip. Move the gun around and follow the front sight. See how bright the dots are in the light? Hold it steady. Align the sights. Stare at them for 10-15 seconds. 4. Let your arms down and relax. Look around your closet and realize how you didn't line up your shoes properly. Shake your head. No one is looking. Go ahead. 5. Repeat #2 and #3 again. This time, try to be aware of the fuzzy picture behind your sights. Can you tell what it is without focusing on it? Keep your eyes focused on the sights. Turn your body sideways a few degrees. Can you tell what's behind your sights now? Remember, keep your focus on the sights. The background should be fuzzy. Repeat and repeat again. After several of those, you should be able to do this in an evenly lit room. The trick is to look with both eyes open but only concentrate on the view from the dominant eye. Try it.