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    Interesting Vision Simulator for Choosing the right Gun Sight

    I just stumbled across a great vision simulator. I have been wanting people to know how I see my gun sight, and the issues I have when choosing a gun sight. I have several other threads about choosing a gun sight, and I still have not done so because I still have reservations about what will work for my specific issues.

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    I also found this website that addresses visual issues and shooting, including prescription optics!

    http://www.disabledshooting.org.uk/m...n-devices.html
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    I don't have any of those visual issues,,, My issue is at night,,, lately,, if I don't have night sights on the firearm, I have a hard time some front sights when it gets dark...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer1270 View Post
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    I don't have any of those visual issues,,, My issue is at night,,, lately,, if I don't have night sights on the firearm, I have a hard time some front sights when it gets dark...
    I do think having vision issues at night is also a natural progression with aging. That is part of the reason I need new sights for my Shield Performance; I can only see the HighViz light pipes if the light hits them just right. If not, they might as well be black to me.

    I know I don't see as well now at night as I used to. I try not to drive at night as much either. I am perfectly capable, but I can just tell my vision is not what it used to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawkgirl View Post
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    I do think having vision issues at night is also a natural progression with aging. That is part of the reason I need new sights for my Shield Performance; I can only see the HighViz light pipes if the light hits them just right. If not, they might as well be black to me.

    I know I don't see as well now at night as I used to. I try not to drive at night as much either. I am perfectly capable, but I can just tell my vision is not what it used to be.
    My vision has been perfect until I hit 40. I noticed it one day when I was looking at the pins of a RS-232 connector (I know them by heart but always check LOL). I realized I could not make out the numbers. Granted..very tiny. After about three years I needed glasses and my night vision was going.

    Definitly something for us older folks to think about. You think you can see as good as you can in the dark..but you really can't.

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