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Posted: 2/25/2001 4:28:03 AM EST
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 4:31:23 AM EST
I always thought test writers put in questions like that just so no one would get them all right. Makes their test look better.
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 4:33:35 AM EST
I`da gone with 'C' also. They all are true, to a degree.
Stupid wording, they`re not looking to see if you know info, they want to see if how confusion will effect your thought process.?.?.?
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 4:39:13 AM EST
I would have answered "C" also.
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 6:34:06 AM EST
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 6:42:54 AM EST
The big C , thats the reason I shoot like that. Im 55 and been shooten for 46 years . All three answers could be a yes but, C is the best.

red man
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 7:02:11 AM EST
"a" is the correct answer. The human eye can't focus on the rear sight, front sight and the target. The rear sight should blur, and if you focus on the target the front sight (muzzle) movement will be magnified. Focusing on the front sight will reduce this phenomena.

The key here is you are doing this at the moment of firing and already have the proper sight alignment and picture. You don't want to screw up the sight picture by moving the muzzle around.
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 8:30:12 AM EST
Gotta say I agree with rkbar15.
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 8:54:35 AM EST
WOW, seems as though it was a trick question. I just practice the acroynm B.R.A.S.S. before the trigger is squezzzzzzed.


Link Posted: 2/25/2001 9:07:52 AM EST
Your answer is correct. I don't know where he did drugs at an earlier age. You are absolutely correct and should not have missed that question.[chainsawkill]
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 9:29:24 AM EST
Were you shooting rapid, or aimed?

there are two schools of thought on this issue.
In combat shooting, the front post provides a more stable sight platform during movement-

-Blurry rear Sight-
-Crisp Front Sight-
-Blurry Target-

But, in aimed precision, all 3 focal points must be constantly adjusted in order to compensate natural body movement. The body does this subconciously, so it isn't like keeping track of 3 wild dogs.
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 11:58:14 AM EST
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 4:43:18 PM EST
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 5:10:55 PM EST
You really need a anwser D (because it works). But out of the three I would have to agree with C.
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