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Old 01-29-2013, 10:42   #3
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Originally Posted by TH237 View Post
I think what you meant was at what distance should you practice. There is no sighting in unless you have a target model with adjustable sights. That being said, if you are talking about self defense I would recommend getting proficient at 20 feet and anchor point at 10 feet. JMO

PS. Even with the cost of ammo, there is no substitute for practice. So shoot all you can.
Thank you for your response. I do have to adjust my rear sight before I do a lot of practice or else ammo and time are wasted. I have replaced my rear sight with night sights.

Yes I am looking only at self defense. I would never take a long shot with my gun for many reasons.

I agree that there is no substitute for practice.

What do you mean by "anchor point"?
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