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I just ordered one for the 22/45 , I've shot peeps on rifles for years .

Have any of you had experience with ghost sights on handguns ? good ? bad ? I'm gonna be using it for squirrels over dogs , scope or red dot , although more accurate , seem too bulky to me .
 

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I haven't, but I only shoot stuff that I can also use for carry and SD, so the bulky competitive shooting stuff just doesn't fit most of my current desires. I've seen guys with those red dots shoot lights out, though.

Might be interesting to see if a red dot would work for winning a wager on, for example, a shootin' contest...
 

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I shoot open class action pistol with a red dot. I also shoot iron sight classes as well in various competitions. I shoot almost the same no matter irons or scope
 

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What matters is the quality of the gun and shooter with his particular sight system. Not the sight system. I vote you get a tacsol upper for it with a cmore sight.
 

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slabsides45 said:
Might be interesting to see if a red dot would work for winning a wager on, for example, a shootin' contest...
Accordin to the other feller ....................... I'm gonna need all the help I can get :lol!:
 

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Rbelote , I'm new to handguns and do need a lot of practice . I think I got the " quality gun " covered , my thinkin is that since I need to clear the front sight , and I'm already use to ignoring the rear , that a ghost might be just the ticket for me ......... kinda speed up the learnin curve .

Those are some nice up-grades ya mentioned but I may have to wait a while on those
 

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The red dot sight will put the focus on the target rather than on the sight. WIth irons you are correct most of the focus is on the front sight, but you still have to watch the rear sight.


mark3hunter said:
Rbelote , I'm new to handguns and do need a lot of practice . I think I got the " quality gun " covered , my thinkin is that since I need to clear the front sight , and I'm already use to ignoring the rear , that a ghost might be just the ticket for me ......... kinda speed up the learnin curve .

Those are some nice up-grades ya mentioned but I may have to wait a while on those
 
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