I've had the XS sights for about a year or so now but haven't spent much time on them at the range.txhighlander wrote:I don't know if this will help or not. How long have you been shooting with XS sights? I shoot a Sig P 225 that had XS sights on it an I couldn't hit very well. I changed to a plain set of sights an am doing much better. While I am not a world class shooter I can hold my own. Hope that will help, but range time is a must. If you are in the north east Texas area my best friend is an instructor an is reasonable with his rates. Happy shooting.
I'm in north Dallas, where is your buddy?
stealthfightrf17 wrote:One thing I learned is shooting is a perishable skill.
No kidding. lol
WildBill wrote:I believe that training and practice are very important, but one must "train well". Prior to investing the time and money for advanced tactical training, I believe that "back to basics" training is a better investment.
I have no problem with that. If it takes me going back to kindergarten on this I'm ok with that. I'm sure I'll pick something new up along the way too.