I find the method with the gadgets is like using a store bought multi-blade razor...It works, but doesn't really teach you HOW.
Originally Posted by garyg
I prefer to teach my students the sight-scope method, because that way they know HOW to do it and don't need the gadgets to fine tune their weapon, as a matter of course & they can do it pretty easily in the field so long as they remember the basics of precision. My advice is to learn the basics, then buy the gadgets...you can ALWAYS fall back on the basic method, but if all you learn with is advanced technology then the basics will be lost when the gadgets are not around. Just my opinion...
I should note that my dad is a Former Marine Corps Range Instructor, so I know a bit about this subject.
Good luck and keep on shooting!
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