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Old 01-31-2013, 19:11   #5
hsprincipal
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Originally Posted by collim1 View Post
I prefer a bead sight for a HD shotgun. Remington's "rifle sights" they put on their shotguns are notoriously awful. They have a short sight radius and are difficult to pick up against certain backgrounds and lighting.

"Ghost ring" or aperture sights are much better for a defensive shotgun that might be used outdoors like a patrol shotgun with slugs carried to extend your range.

I would stick with the good old bead. I can put rounds on a B27 at 100yds with my bead sight 870. I also find a bead sight to be quick at close ranges with buckshot.
Ghost ring is what I would like but since its not drilled I will probably not get them.
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