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Old 03-12-2013, 10:19   #21
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Originally Posted by mtbinva View Post
How are you isolating for one eye or the other when shooting a pistol? Simply using the right eye. A MP instructor and I had this discussion, and said its simply a matter of practice. And dry fire exercises.

Are you not shooting with both eyes open? No, I tried and found it difficult, could not get a good site picture.

Are you not shooting Modern Iso? Yes

Are you sure you know which is your dominant eye? Yes
First question is why don't you like plugs? Everyone I've met that hates plugs doesn't know how to insert them, once they figure that out, they never switch back. My wife and kids all now use plugs at the range and love 'em.

Second, try both eyes open again. It's not going to work instantly, it will take a few hours to get used to - then you'll love it.
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Old 03-12-2013, 17:19   #22
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So do you leave both eyes open and move the gun towards your dominant eye? So in my case being right handed and left eyed- just move the gun a little to the left and leave both eyes open? If I wasn't afraid of never finding .22lr ammo again I'd go take my .22s out and practice for hours.

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