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Discussion in 'Shooting Chat' started by Old Fart, Oct 12, 2014.
Is this legal? (I hope so)
And yes ma'am it is.
We put on a public sight-in day at our range prior to deer season. It's very controlled, but some of the guns/ammo that show up are scary.
One guy last year showed up with some .270 reloads that had the shoulder pushed back so far that it was noticeable to the naked eye. He wasn't allowed to shoot.
Nah man, He's building one of the Ghost Guns. He can't build the whole gun at one time, so he's starting with the sights!
Found his sights. This guy has extra.
It's called instinctive shooting.. Archers do it all the time. Of course when I do instinctive rifle shooting it is from the hip.
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I think it's the guy sighting down the barrel of a sightless rifle.
I'm sure he learned the technique from Hollywood. ARs must be cheaper to rent for the set with no sights.
I swear when I posted that it was current news. WTH?
He is using a bead site on the front of the rail to sight it like a shotgun.