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which do u prefer open sights reddot or scope?

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  • #16
    Open sights never break or need a change of batteries. If they break, you need to be nicer to your gun.

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    • #17
      Scope sighted bolt guns. Opensighted traditional muzzleloaders.

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      • #18
        scope

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        • #19
          scope for long distances and red dot for shotgun

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          • #20
            a scope

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            • #21
              Scope most of the time for the visibility and accuracy; open sights for dangerous game and really thick brush so I can acquire a fast moving target fast.

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              • #22
                Scope

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