When you shoot a handgun with iron sights, you should see at least three different things. You should see the rear sights, the front sight, and the target. Each of these things are located at a different distance from your dominant eye. Because the human eye can only focus on one object at a time, the shooter must choose which of these things will be in focus when the shot breaks.
We cannot wait to start teaching the Kansas and Missouri Concealed Carry Course and our handgun and rifle training courses again! Train hard and be safe everyone!