Red Dot, Green dot or reflex sight works for me.
I am not so sure about that statement! I tried some of those "progressives" years ago and could not see anything out of them and very quickly went back to lined bifocals.Kind of like bi-focals but better.
I agree wholeheartedly, I wear the lined trifocals and have had no problems so far. I have had trifocals for about 10 years now and I am good to go...JM2CI am not so sure about that statement! I tried some of those "progressives" years ago and could not see anything out of them and very quickly went back to lined bifocals.
You might want to check into tri-focals to help with your problems. I have them and can see the targets off in the distance and the sights on a rifle up close or the sights on a pistol at arm's length, by a quick movement of my eye.
I wear progressives, too, and have a similar issue. I have to cock my head at a certain angle to get a good sight picture. Interestingly, I was just thinking about this the other day. The eye can only focus on one plane at a time. Ideally, that plane should be the front sight...let the target go blurry. I was thinking that a pair of those drugstore glasses, at a magnification that would be in sharp focus at about 30-33 inches, would be perfect (but just for the range)...for unanticipated social encounters I guess you've gotta go with what you've got but still concentrate...even if you can't "focus"....on the front sight. Hope that helps.So I am Farsighted. Meaning I can see decently far away but not up close. Starting to go to the range after a looong while and have an issue. I where progressive glasses which mean the top of the glasses are for normal vision but when I need to see up close I use the bottom half of the glasses. Kind of like bi-focals but better.
When I raise the pistol to shoot I can either:
Anybody have this issue? Maybe just getting regular magnification glasses would help?
- See the sights clearly but the target is blurry OR
- See the target but the sights are blurry