RickT Posted January 7, 2017 Share Posted January 7, 2017 The vision in my right (dominant) eye is not great: good enough for steel challenge, but with short-focus shooting glasses the targets are definitely blurry. If I were doing precision shooting I'd switch eyes. Normally, I shoot left-to-right when possible, but I'm going to try right-to-left whenever possible (5-to-go one obvious exception). It turns out my best stage relatively speaking is Speed Option. My index on the targets is almost perfect, better than any of the stages I shoot in the opposite direction. I don't go strictly R-to-L, more 4-3-1-2-S, but you get the idea. I think two things are at work. First, the vision in my left eye is much better and my left lens is distance focused. Second, I'm moving in the direction of my off-eye which has a completely unobstructed field of view. I don't really have any other explanation. (If I were really overthinking this I'd say that moving in the direction of my support hand grip may help). FWIW, I'm a SSr, 3 seconds short of "B" in SS. I'll make that, but "A" may be a bridge too far - we shall see. All insights/discussion regarding the particulars appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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