Thank you

Thank you

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    Thank you

    A week or two ago I asked about a problem I had with the front sight on my Colt Mustang. I could hardly see it.

    Someone (and I apologize for not going back to find the individual) made a very good point about it being a close in combat gun and I should just look past the front sight, point and fire.

    Well, I tried that at the range at 3 and 5 yards---I just ignored the rear sight and pointed while looking past the front sight.

    To my absolute amazement, everything hit within the target zone.

    So, thanks to whoever made the suggestion. I appreciate the thoughtfulness and especially appreciate having a good reason to not monkey with the front sight on that particular gun.

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    Bullseye is bullseye - combat is combat - and n'ere the twain shall meet

    Well not much anyways! I have become ever more of the opinion that sights at close quarters can be more of a hindrance than help - in as much as, if we let ourselves be too focussed on aquiring a sight picture, we may just have lost an edge that could have saved our bacon!
    Chris - P95
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    From all of us that daily carry the lil' mustang, your welcome....
    " Refuse to be a victim, make sure there is a round chambered ! "

    Just call me a pessimistic optimist !

    U.S. Navy vet 1981-1992

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    For a naturally pointing gun for you, it will happen all the time!

    You learned the most important lesson for self defense shooting at close ranges.

    "If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking" - George S. Patton.

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