And that's okay, Bandit. Because your other senses will likely also help you. Chances are if you're ever in an actual SHTF situation you'll probably be able to smell the guy you're shooting at.I always blame my eyesight when the rounds don't go where I want them to go :smile:
I found this to be the opposite-- I couldn't see the red laser dot in sunlight but the green shows up just fine.I have a similar issue in that it's difficult to find the exact place on my transitions lenses where the front sight is in sharp focus. Looking at the target is not acceptable for anything beyond "intimate distances," and less, if a precision shot is necessary. I have a green a laser sight and they're effective in most all lighting situations other than bright sunlight, but that leaves an unacceptable gap in coverage. Now I'm having a Trijicon RMR red dot sight put on the slide of my Glock 19. That will cover all lighting situations from bright sun to total darkness. I'll use a light for target ID when it's too dark too see without it.