Well, this may not be news to others, but I wanted to share it with yall. For about the last 10 years, when I would shoot with my contact lenses in, the best I could hope for was a blurry sight picture, with a sharp target. It is what I have gotten used to, and I guess I have compensated okay. Last week I went for my annual eye exam, and this time I asked the optometrist to help me out. He ended up giving me a sample contact for my right (dominant) eye that corrects it to 20/20 at arm's length. Since I would only wear it for about 6 hours at a time a few times a month, I figure this one sample should last me a year with proper care. So this weekend I went to the range and tried it out, and it definitely works. I have a sharp sight picture for the first time in a long time. In fact, I can read without my reading glasses, but I would not want to do this long term as it definitely isn't a really pleasant thing - it's half blurry. (Maybe it's time for a monocle . . . ) Any way, I will give it a try in competition in April and report to the group what I have found.