In modern day pistol craft, the student is taught proper sight alignment then sight picture. The subject of your focus is the front sight, seeing both the rear sight and target a bit blurry.
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Wow…earth shattering I know. I’ll bet you’ve never heard that before. So, then riddle me this, why do we have so many students who “chase their sights”. Chasing the sight is what I reference when a shooter who may start out by seeing his front sight, but then quickly advances down range to the target and then tries to return to the front sight. The problem is they general squeeze the trigger somewhere in the middle without any sight verification.