hey teach,what kind of price did that p-6 command :?:
With the sights on your pistol, aligning them will make your sight picture and the path of the bullet intersect at a particular point at a certain distance. The closer or further away from that perfect distance, the further off the sights will be. If your front and rear sight are not made to work together, the point of intersection will be way off or even nonexistent. I wold guess the front sight was way to tall, so your weapon was tipped downward and at any distance the sights and the bullet would not cross paths. Just picture a parabolic curve for the flight path and a straight line for the sights... tip the path of the bullet down enough that the line and the path never intersect, that is what you had.The Math Teacher said:According to Brian, this would cause someone to automatically shoot low. I actually think it's a "math" thing so I'll have to learn more about how this works.
I got it at Wild West Traders.MLS 4506 said:hey teach,what kind of price did that p-6 command :?: