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This is a discussion on Theory of a ghost ring sight PC4 ... within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Went to the range yesterday, took my PC4 (original). It has the front blade and rear ghost ring sight set up. The theory is the ...


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Old February 29th, 2020, 03:01 AM   #1
 
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Theory of a ghost ring sight PC4 ...

Went to the range yesterday, took my PC4 (original). It has the front blade and rear ghost ring sight set up. The theory is the blade should be centered in the rear ring right? That leaves alot of room for error ... am i missing something?



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You are correct, center the blade in the ring. The concept offers fast “point and shoot” capabilities at close range. My old Colt has two different size apertures, large for close up, smaller for LR. Ghost rings, (IMO) are the most accurate type of open site system made once you get the feel for them.
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