JPoint Micro-Electronic Reflex Sight, 4 MOA at $299. and $35 for the mount. Magnification: 1x Does this mean an increase in the size of the object target being shot at? Like a scope? Elevation Adjustment Range: 125 in. @ 100 yds (317cm @ 100m) Windage Adjustment Range: 162 in. @ 100 yds (410cm @ 100m) Is that total? What would be the adjustment at 50yds? How would you raise or lower POI is you needed and adjust ment of say 2"? I'm trying to decide if this might be the answer. I focus on the front sight of my Model 34 and the target is very blurred. When shooting reflex sight is the process more like shooting a scope, put the dot on the target where the eye is viewing the target and the dot as one? Ive gotta do something. Today I experimented. I rounded up 5 pair of old prescription glasses. I found one that let me easily focus on the front sight. I found another pair that gave me a good clear 4" target black at 25yds and combined both lenses in a same frame. The lens for the front sight over the dominant eye and the other lens in the frame over my left eye , it was like i was drinking. There was a suggestion to get a pair of shooting glasses that did the same thing. Well I doubt I want to spend 300 dollars to find out if that would work, this experiment didnt. I paid $579 for the model 34 another $175 (measurable improvement) for the KKM barrel and with this investment $300. for the JPoint $35 for the mount I'll have $1089. invested. If I can see what Im shooting at at 50yds Its worth the investment and Id go for it. If my current prescription gives me a clear view of a 4" bull at 50 yds will the JPoint with the 1X slightly enlarge the target and do away with the front sight emphasis as with steel sights? Phew never had so much perplexing. On my Ruger Blackhawk .44mag I put a Leuplod EER and shooting it became simple. I'd like to accomplish the same thing with my Glock usinsg a reflex sight. The Ruger I deer hunt with the Glock is my paper punching tool, I hope.