BlackBuzzard Posted February 13, 2008 Share Posted February 13, 2008 Heres the situation: plate rack of ten, 10" dia steel, spaced 24" apart, about 18 yards away. Draw with eyes focused on first plate, focus snaps to front sight and first shot is fired on plate. I then find it faster to keep eyes focused on the front sight for the remaining plates since they are all equally spaced and close together, as opposed to refocusing on the next plate and again back to front sight............until all plates are down. Basically I am just following the front sight from target to target, but only for plates. Does anyone else find this to be a faster way to do plates? BB Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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