OPEN YOUR OTHER EYE WHEN YOU SHOOT
As you hone your shooting skills for the next deer season, consider opening both eyes as you spend time at the range working on your accuracy.
In a blog post by Field and Stream, T. Edward Nickens suggests that if you are closing your so-called “weak eye” as you aim, you are hurting your depth perception while eliminating the possibility you might see a bigger buck off to the side while you are aiming your rifle.
Nickens offers tips for practicing this approach, with both eyes open, at the range and at home. To find out more, click here.