Re: Whats the proper sight picture for a Henry Big Boy Rifle
Most people develop a sight picture that suits them the best. As an Oklahoma Hunter Ed Instructor we teach the "6 o'clock hold", which is the top of the front sight even with the top of the rear sight and the bullseye set on top of the front sight. Many people prefer a "center hold", which has the sights aligned the same way but the top of the front sight in the center of the bullseye.
I prefer the "6 o'clock hold" as it allows me to see more of the target.
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