Honestly I was thinking the same thing, just with people who have major vision problems with focusing and near-sight. Keeping your vision at the target distance is probably the main benefit of optics.Rafe wrote: ↑Wed Jan 25, 2023 7:11 pmLeatham wrote me back and said he'll take the RDS thing as a challenge. He's going to use his USPSA .45 ACP double-stack and go for completion of the CoF with only one hole no bigger than a half-dollar.
But seriously, as an afterthought, I think the RDS option could seriously help encourage some seniors and possibly some folks with conditions like mild Parkinson's or MS. If you're used to the red dot, managing/timing the wobble can be much more accurate to handle than with irons.
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