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Re: Truglo globe sight
« Reply #20 on: November 18, 2021, 09:07:02 PM »
I try to remember F.O.R.S. (Front Opposite Rear Same) for sight adjustment.

Yes, with the lower post hight, I'm nearly out of downward adjustment in my rear sight. I do have "one click" left before bottoming out. Off hand 1.5" high at 30 yards isn't horrible (not the best either). It's right around the peak of trajectory, I'll have to do some shooting rested and on paper to really see how things do.
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Re: Truglo globe sight
« Reply #21 on: November 18, 2021, 09:25:58 PM »
Sights:
The higher the rear sight, the higher the impact. 
High Impact: lower rear sight or raise front sight.
Low Impact: raise rear sight or lower front sight.

My photo is misleading because of the angle I shot the picture. On my D34 with the oem front globe, and with the oem open rear that I cranked comletely down (cw) I was still impacting high. However, the Diana front globe spiked post (as I received it) was angled toward the muzzle. By bending the spike vertcally (perpendicular to the barrel) I began grouping in the bull.
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Re: Truglo globe sight
« Reply #22 on: November 18, 2021, 09:27:31 PM »
I try to remember F.O.R.S. (Front Opposite Rear Same) for sight adjustment.

Yes, with the lower post hight, I'm nearly out of downward adjustment in my rear sight. I do have "one click" left before bottoming out. Off hand 1.5" high at 30 yards isn't horrible (not the best either). It's right around the peak of trajectory, I'll have to do some shooting rested and on paper to really see how things do.

You sure?  Really? ???

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Re: Truglo globe sight
« Reply #23 on: November 18, 2021, 10:17:16 PM »
I try to remember F.O.R.S. (Front Opposite Rear Same) for sight adjustment.

Yes, with the lower post hight, I'm nearly out of downward adjustment in my rear sight. I do have "one click" left before bottoming out. Off hand 1.5" high at 30 yards isn't horrible (not the best either). It's right around the peak of trajectory, I'll have to do some shooting rested and on paper to really see how things do.

You sure?  Really? ???

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*Edit*

Yogi, I took your reply as sarcasm. My apologies if not so. That post was a reply to Deeco on the previous page:
Maybe ots my eyes bit your picture shows the truglo lower then the diana.

Arties its taller?

Anyway.

If you hit to the left you move the front sight to the left that brings your shot right..

Now if you lower the front that should make you shoot higher.

Cause that raises the rear sight plain just as if you brought the rear blade adjustment up.

Now its looking like the front truglo is lower that now caises your rear to run out of down adjustment, right?






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Re: Truglo globe sight
« Reply #24 on: November 20, 2021, 07:34:50 PM »
After getting dialed in, I was able to shoot the D350 with the Truglo sight a bit. With the rear sight adjustment at "one click" from bottomed out and rested, the gun had a 30 yard zero. Each click up from there puts you on target about 5 yards further, to 50 yards (that I have available currently to shoot). I happened to get lucky, As the "0" on the dial was my 30 yard zero. The "2" was good at 40 yards and "4" was on at 50 yards.

Here's some 50 yard shots on painted steel using the Truglo globe sight on the D350...(as posted in another thread, a 5 shot group, then repainted and 10 more)
« Last Edit: November 20, 2021, 07:40:11 PM by ER00z »
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