Was at the range today, outside at a falling steel plate range. Was practicing fast target acquisition and point-shooting to a degree.
Thought that came to me on the way home was how much picking up the rear sights slows everything down. And when I do find them, I was shooting where I was pointing anyway.
Was wondering if anyone has removed their rear sights to simplify things and make the sight picture less complicated? I know the Colt New Agent has literally no sights (sight trough) and those that take the time to get comfortable with system get quite good with it.
I feel like if I can get the front dot on my target, I'll be pretty good.
Aren't there some revolvers configured this way?