10 rounds of mini mags from 21' sitting in a chair. The biggest problem to me for target shooting is making the dot dim enough. It is a 4 moa which is ok except for the brightness. I'm getting a flare on the dot unless I look through my glasses just right. At least it appears to be my glasses because the flare changes as I move my head around. I'm due for new ones...these are over 20 years old although they are almost to spec on my Rx. What I was shooting for was a little black dot similar to the one up top. A problem with being on target is shooting off your point of aim. I need to raise my point of impact a bit so that I can concentrate on the target dot. 3.4" 2017 QD pistol. A long time ago I determined that for this type of shooting the dot needs to be really dim, almost translucent. The brightness on this one is automatic and by taping over part of the site I can dim it quite a bit...too dim for steel but it could be even dimmer for target shooting where you might want to see a tiny target. Still within minute of can.
My old MK III target pistol wouldn't do any better in my hands with a 2x Leupold on it. My naked eyes can't do this good through open sites anymore. Too many points to try to focus on. So far I'm really happy with this sight but I need to figure out how to dim it further. I want all the rounds going through the same hole....at 25M. 1917