zigziggityzoo wrote:Yep, you're missing something important. A bullet does not travel in a straight line but in a complicated parabola that deviates more from line of sight with distance.Hey all, I've got a question.
I recently got a Viridian green laser spot for my Glock 17. I know a lot of people sight in the spot to 7 or 10 yards, but i was wondering:
Wouldn't it make more sense to sight it in as far away as you can? If I sighted the spot in at maybe 25 yards, then, when it's closer, the furthest off it could be is the distance between the muzzle and the laser on the rail, or about 1.5" from center.
Or am I missing something important?
Thanks for listening, I look forward to hearing your opinions on the matter.
I would be aware of the hypothetical prosecutor accusing that the gun was not intended for defensive purposes with this eXtra Gear and optimizing it for offensive ranges beyond defensive uses.