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  1. I picked up a Very gently used Ruger LCR-X 3". The front sight is white and fixed with a fully adjustable rear sight. I can shoot with both eyes open. I shot consistantly low. I did adjust the rear sight to raise it. But I still seemed low. I only shot 50 shots. I seemed to shoot the 158 grain bullets better than the lighter 125 grain bullets. My sight picture was centered and flat across the top like in the manual. I am wondering if I need the bottom of the white flush with the bottom of the rear sight. Thus elevating the gun. Ideally i I would like a 6:00 hold. I have read read that the trigger is unique and it is me doing it. I dry fired extendively before going to the range. So I thought I had the trigger figured out. The recoil is very mild and controllable to me. The nice grip is the reason I suspect. So has anyone else been down this road ?
  2. A friend recommended that I experiment with different sight set-ups and I have moved towards a wider/deeper rear notch. I have found that calling shots is much easier. The problem is, the notch on a traditional Bomar style sight can be widened, but it is very difficult to make deeper as a result of running into the top of the sight assembly. The sight I currently have has been milled to allow for a deeper notch. Generally, it seems that most people purchase tall fixed rear sights and then start cutting from there. Maybe I am missing something, but why doesn't someone just make a taller rear sight blade? This would allow for a bigger rear notch without modifying the Bomar style sight assembly. The front sight would obviously have to be taller to accommodate the height of the rear sight blade.
  3. 2nd ANNUAL TFD/AIM 3 GUN CHAMPIONSHIP We are proud to announce the 2nd annual Task Force Dagger/American International Marksmanship Academy 3 Gun Championship (TFD/AIM). We understand that last year’s event had a few bumps and bruises, but we assure you that this year you will be very pleased with the match. There will be 9 or 10 stages, with most being across natural terrain, woods, structures, buildings etc. Dates: 14-16 June Location: American International Marksmanship Academy, Blakely Ga. Match Director: Andy Horner Assistant Match Director: Mike Cassidy The 2nd Annual TFD/AIM 3 Gun Championship will also be a part of the 3 Gun Nation Points series. The website for registration and additional match details will be up and running soon, but we will continue to keep everyone updated in the mean time. The application is available at here: 2013 TFD/AIM 3-Gun Application. You can type in the information required, then you must save and print the document. Thanks, and we hope to see you there. Andy and Mike
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