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Open Sights and Punkin Chunkers
12-01-2019, 09:04 PM
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Open Sights and Punkin Chunkers
The 50-70 for example. Would rather hold 8-10 inches low at 50 and be dead on at 100. Or, dead on at 50 and hold over or flip up the Rough and Ready for 100? I'm thinking woods deer at the usual range of 75 yards and less.
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12-01-2019, 11:03 PM
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RE: Open Sights and Punkin Chunkers
I would use a Lawrence sight with the sight cut for 100 yards and learn where the shot placements are on the ladder and hold under for 50 yards. There won't be that much difference between 50 and 100 yards because the bullet is just starting to drop from its rise from the muzzle.
You have several settings on a Lawrence before raising the ladder.

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12-01-2019, 11:15 PM
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RE: Open Sights and Punkin Chunkers
Here is a Lawrence.
You have three fixed sight settings with out raising the slide. Maybe a semi buckhorn might be better for your liking because of the wider flats on the rear sight and just modify it with a extra notch on the bottom of the ladder frame like the Lawrence has.

   

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12-02-2019, 10:38 AM
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RE: Open Sights and Punkin Chunkers
Maybe just adjust the front sight for point of aim at 75 yards, and then figuring out the hold for 50 and 100?

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