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Old July 14th, 2009, 16:16   #23
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That's a good idea, but wouldn't it be a little off because the eye your looking through the scope and the eye you look out is about 3-4 inch apart, so depending on how far your target is, the closer they are, the chance of missing is higher than you were to shot a further target. Am I right?
Originally Posted by Skruface View Post
Occluded Eye Technique
How a sight works is by looking thought the rear sight and make sure it's inline with the front sight. that requires two points you need to look through. So the further apart the two point, the more accurate you will be. Am I right?

scopes has two lens, which acts like the front and rear sight on the gun, but with magnification which is optional.

But this red dot sight has only one point, how could you be accurate with only one point? That's what I don't get.
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