One eye, front sight aiming is the most well-known type of way to sight guns. Beginners usually start this way, and it works very well for target practice and getting a feel for a gun. But two eye point shooting is more practical for actual combat scenarios. If you’re going to use your gun for combat, and train others to do the same, it’s best to know both methods.
Two eye point shooting is more difficult, as you have to retrain your brain, but it’s well worth knowing if you plan to participate in combat. You can not only enhance your shooting skills but literally double your situational awareness.
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