Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Sighted vs Unsighted

Finding the balance

"Unsighted fire doesn’t have to mean you’re shooting with your eyes closed. It doesn’t have to mean hip shooting. It simply means you’re not focused on the front sight. The gun can still be up in front of your face providing a reference — both visual and kinesthetic — of where the muzzle is pointed. Let’s face it, even if your eyes are closed, the gun is still pointed somewhere. As people learn quickly during Ken’s drill, you can still get pretty good torso shots while moving even if you aren’t using the little bumpy things atop your pistol."

This is not point shooting, I suppose it is some modified hip retention shooting

This is what point shooting looks like, the only real difference from sighted fire to point shooting the eye focuses on the target rather than the front sight.


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