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I hate to say it but, hitting the big 50 has its disadvantages.
For one bi focals. I am having a heck of a time with fast sight
allignment. My CCW test is coming up in about two weeks.

No problem hitting the center but, I find that its taking too long
to crane my head back so I can line up front and rear sigts in
the close up part of my glasses and then look though the
distance part of my glasses at the target. Under a time constrant
this could be a hassle.

Anyone else ever had this kind of problem?
 

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Your eye Dr. should be able to put the magnification portions of your glasses wherever you want them. Mine did, and it works great.
 

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For your CCW test, this wont do any good but for target shooting have glasses made that lets you focus on the front sight.
I did this a few years ago and it's worked well. The target is fuzzy but the sight is sharp and clear.
Big improvement in my shooting.
 

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Bi focals? = No Problem

I have a CCW up for renewal early next year too...... And an Optometrist who 'packs' and belongs to my shooting club. ;)

Just got a new pair last week and I no longer have to do a Flamingo imitation when I line up my handgun sights.:D
 
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