Range Report Lesson...
Well I hit the range today, even though it was not the best timing. We've been having a bit of a heat wave in ND, so I mowed and weed-wacked the lawn before going. I could tell my arms were already tired, and not real stable, but I wanted to give it a try.
I have to say I'm impressed with the Big Dots, and look forward to trying them again next week when the lawncare timing is much better. While I didn't shoot a 2" group with them, I did feel they are more than capable of doing that ESPECIALLY with the distance (25-50 feet) I'm working with the majority of the time.
I think the other big thing that played against me was installing the NY1 trigger spring. The gun felt SO different from what I was used to, and taught me 2 valuable lessons:
1.) I'm NOT a fan of the NY1 trigger, even though a lot of people here are, and
2.) Work with ONE change at a time to really get a feel for what you changed!
While I feel the 1st trip was OK with the Big Dots, I really think I'm going to end up liking these sights!
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