Spot shooter wrote:If you shoot enough you can see the bead and the bird... Train your eyes
The key is putting the bead where you want the bird to die (lead) and then pulling the trigger.
Those who say they don't see the bead - um... Sure ok, you kill % on shots may not be all that good.
With a field gun you cover the bird with the bead, you can set it if your stock is adjustable so the bird sits on-top of the bead.
I like seeing the bird when I shoot so mine shoots higher, in fact when I cheek the gun and am looking down the barrel the mid bead is under the front bead - if I put the bird on top .. Well that's where the pattern is centered.
Go shoot trap and "don't look at the bead," a few times - LOL...
Black Coyote wrote:So if the gun points where you look and you look at the bird, then you'll always be behind it. So you either look in front of the bird and down the barrel or you look at the bird and not down the barrel. Which?
orphanedcowboy wrote:I never see the beads, just the bird. If the gun fits and you have a proper mount, it will point where you look.
Sporting Clays will help you develop a good mount, repetition enforces it, but if the gun doesn't fit, nothing short of a miracle will help
apexhunter wrote:Unless somebody is extremely practiced and has developed a near 100% consistent presentation with the pistol the rear sight picture is necessary to provide proper alignment of gun to target.
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