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Postby MBro on Mon Jul 07, 2008 11:03 am

After having laser eye surgery I found that I could no longer see the sights clearly with either rifle or pistol. I am right eye and hand dominate, and my right eye has lost its ability to see close in after the surgery. A scope solved the rifle problem. What can I use for my Glock? Would a red dot such as a Burris or Doctor work for me? Thanks MB
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Postby Steven_L on Mon Jul 07, 2008 11:16 am

A sight such as the Burris Fast Fire will work perfectly, even easier than a magnified scope. Mounting plates for your Glock are available.
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Fastfire for crossbow

Postby dougedwards on Sat Aug 02, 2008 7:59 am

I am thinking of installing this red dot sight on my Excalibur crossbow because it is very light in weight. I am wondering if anyone has this sight attached to a shotgun and how difficult is it to pick up the red dot while swinging the gun in line with the target since the Burris Fastfire appears to be so very small? Doug
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