Monday, February 16, 2009

Five-second sight picture improvement

You know those pastel-colored dry-erase markers that are two steps from useless when you're trying to communicate information on a whiteboard? Lime green and so forth.

If you have a white-on-black fixed-sight setup (bar dots, three dot), fill in the white areas on the rear sight. They're still visible, but since the value is distinctly lower, your eye has a much stronger affinity for the front sight. And if you don't like it, you can take it off with a Q-Tip.

It's uncanny.

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