Agent86 Posted May 16, 2021 Share Posted May 16, 2021 I enjoy shooting skeet with my shotgun and I've gotten decent at it, hitting most of the time (I know very unscientific). I typically will line up the sights and then let the bird fly and look at the bird and follow it and shoot when it is in the sights. I love the ghost ring sights and easily hit steel at 100 yards with slugs. Any opinions if it is worth getting a red dot that co-witnesses and if anyone has shot skeet with a red dot? I know I am asking a stupid question and not using the right tool for skeet, but it's what I got and it is fun! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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