Originally Posted by DPris
A proper aperture sight will not ALWAYS be better.
I find I can't use them as well as a correctly designed combination of front blade/post & rear U notch any more.
The front post presents a double image through an aperture. The post & notch now provides the clearest sight picture for me.
There are no absolutes.
For target shooting a peep with a front aperture sight works better.
For hunting I much prefer a scope or regular open sights.
Sgt Alvin York felt the same way.
"If your plan is for one year, plant rice.
If your plan is for ten years, plant trees.
If your plan is for one hundred years,
educate children." -- Confucius