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It's right for mine. Sex of the clock.
 

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Make your taget about 10x smaller, then make the sights big enough that they more than span the black. Now make them moving on top of blurry. That's my sight picture as best as I can relate.
 

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Depends on what I'm shooting. For some reason, with rifles, I go with cutting the target (left); with a handgun, I'll go 6 o'clock (right).

I'd never noticed I do that until just now when I thought about it. Interesting.
 

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Dotagious said:
The XD is setup for the 6 o'clock sight picture if I'm not mistaken.
That's what the user book says, but the pistol doesn't always read the book.

I use the left view. The six o'clock hold is a target pistol shooter's hold, set up so the black front sight isn't on the black bullseye--got that little white gap there between the front sight and the black of the target. Defensive/action shooter's don't have time to go through all that--put that front sight where you want the bullet to go and squeeze the trigger. Repeat as necessary.
 

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Don said:
Make your taget about 10x smaller, then make the sights big enough that they more than span the black. Now make them moving on top of blurry. That's my sight picture as best as I can relate.
Thats about the same here......... :lol:
 

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Don said:
Make your taget about 10x smaller, then make the sights big enough that they more than span the black. Now make them moving on top of blurry. That's my sight picture as best as I can relate.
Don, You took the words out of my mouth. :D

It the target is 10 ft away or less, the right side. 20 ft out, both left and right.

30 feet or more, what Don said...
 

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TheMaineMan said:
Left or the right. I hear alot of people using the 6 o'clock sight picture (right)
THATS WHAT THOSE ARE FOR! :shock:
 

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If I use a rest (at around 20') and center the front site on the target, everything hits high. When shooting offhand and centering the front site on the target, it's dead one. :roll:

So to answer the question, I just point the pistol down range and close my eyes. :lol:
 
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