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    That is a close range point and shoot pistol. Forget trying ot line up the sights in a crisis.

    Practice point shooting with it. In a crisis that is what you will have. It is not a target pistol. Look over the sites and focuson your target and you can learn to hit what you are looking at quite well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teuthis View Post
    That is a close range point and shoot pistol. Forget trying ot line up the sights in a crisis.

    Practice point shooting with it. In a crisis that is what you will have. It is not a target pistol. Look over the sites and focuson your target and you can learn to hit what you are looking at quite well.
    Thanks for the advice. I already do point shooting, mostly with the SIG P-232.

    The SIG is my primary. In a crisis, the Walther won't be what I reach for.

    The Walther is just something I play with mostly. I take it to the range and punch holes in paper.

    I'd like to be able to pick up that front sight a little easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorganOverlook View Post
    I'm always a good sport Frank. Life's too short to get bent out of shape.
    You are so right Morgan, sooooo right!

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