Front Sight Focus
Posted by Troy Eberling on 3/12/2015 to Tactical Tips
Have you been at the range and had an instructor, friend, relative, or acquaintance tell you “focus on the front sight”? I know I have. I’m sure you, and others like you, have. It is a common phrase parroted by the experts and mimicked by the knowledgeable, as well as the uninformed. But what does it really mean?
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