I'm not too far from my second 25th birthday. As such, I have noticed that firearms manufacturers are no longer equipping their products with the sharp front sights that used to be standard. It seems these days that no matter what brand I pick up, it has a fuzzy front sight. Curses!:mad:
Well, I recently had an eye checkup and the doc told me two things of interest: 1. LASIK surgery may eventually include a "window" of near correction, as though a bifocal lense is created in the lower portion of your field of vision. Kind of like an "internal" bifocal. This is still in the development stage and it will probably be "a while" before it is available. 2. You can now get contact lenses that correct for near vision. He described it as a small area of correction for near vision located at the center of the contact lens. You focus with the center area when looking at near objects, and look "around" that area to see distant objects.
I just thought I'd throw this out for those of you who may wish to consult your eye doc for options that may assist in shooting.
I hope this is of some value to some of the "senior" shooters on the forum.