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Old 10-18-2012, 10:02   #104
K. Foster
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Originally Posted by Snaps View Post
THat said, I have a lot of trouble believing anybody who's ever had to do it for real would say irons over optics.

There aren't a lot of good sight alignment/picture shots taking place when somebody is shooting back. Putting a gun at an awkward angle that still lets you stay behind cover and pull a trigger is a hell of a lot better an idea than properly shooting wtih irons.
I agree. Especially in low light.
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