Looks like he’s hammered out many of the technical problems (you sound great in this one, maybe you should listen to Eric from the Handgun Podcast when he advises people not to go crazy with mic quality that will pick up every dog in your neighborhood barking….or Dennis’ Cockatiel as heard on last week’s VC)
He talks about his S&W Bodyguard .380, as well as cross-eye dominance.
I really enjoyed the eye dominance part a lot, I may try putting some tape on my shooting glasses to see if that does help things along.
For handgun shooting being cross-eye dominant (ie I’m right handed but my left eye is the eye that sees clearly over the sights) is simple, just rotate your strong hand over a half-degree into your body, the gun will be right under your weak-side eye, and you can easily form a two-eye sight picture.
For rifles and shotguns I’ve found two-eye shooting to be a major problem with iron sights. (Using a holographic optic like JP’s Eotech is fine because both eyes will see the point-of-aim, and using a scope only one eye will be able to visualize the reticle) but when I shoulder a rifle or a shotgun with both eyes open, I CLEARLY see the WRONG front post or bead. I thought this might be easier with an aperture sight but it isn’t, the front sight as seen from an angle with my left eye is the clear one.
Right now for quick acquisition combat-type long-gun shooting, or when I’m shooting sporting clays I mount and sight the target with both eyes for a wider field of view and then close my left eye so I can visualize a clean sight picture before initiating my trigger squeeze.
I got one complaint JP, TOO SHORT! Dude I enjoyed every minute of it, but it was just over before I knew it! Maybe add one more topic to fill it out?