Recreational Shooter

Always make sure the gun is not loaded, when installing or adjusting the sight.
Please make sure that you have set the sight up to you and your gun before continuing with these instructions, to set your sight go to the Installation & Setup page.


How to Use the Sight:

Okay you have some experience at shooting moving targets and you can now hit more than ever before, you don't have trouble hitting the incoming or outgoing targets, it's the crossing targets. Too much lead or not enough lead, you may have trouble seeing the sight picture.

After placing the sight on the end of the shotgun, you will now see three sights at the end of the gun. There is one red center sight and two green ones, one on the right side and one on the left side.

Now depending on the target presentation, if the target is an incoming or outgoing target, in front of you, where no lead or very little is required use the center sight as usual.


The sustained lead method:

If the target is moving from right to left crossing, keeping your eye on the target you will now see the gun coming into the sight picture using your peripheral vision, place the right green sight on the target (see fig. 2), keeping the same line and matching the speed of the target. Pull the trigger, keeping the gun moving. 

If the target is moving from left to right crossing, keeping your eye on the target you will now see the gun coming into the sight picture using your peripheral vision, place the left green sight on the target (see fig. 3), keeping the same line and matching the speed of the target. Pull the trigger, keeping the gun moving.


The pull away method:

If the target is moving from right to left crossing, keep your eye on the target you will now see the gun coming into the sight picture using your  peripheral vision, place the center red sight on the target (see fig. 4), keeping the same line and matching the speed of the target. Now pull away moving the right green sight to the target (see fig. 2). Pull the trigger, keeping the gun moving.


If the target is moving from left to right crossing, keep your eye on the target you will now see the gun coming into the sight picture using your peripheral vision, place the center red sight on the target (see fig. 4), keeping the same line and matching the speed of the target. Now pull away moving the left green sight to the target, (see fig. 3). Pull the trigger, keeping the gun moving.