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Goodsteel;n12135 wrote: While I agree with WCM, and last year missed the first deer I’ve ever shot at using iron sights in low light, I would like to say that I have made very effective shots on moving game with my M1A in low light. I have also produced groups at 400 yards that accurately represented my rifle’s cone of fire. This is why I often refer to the Springfield sights as the finest battle sight ever produced.
If not that, then a scout scope of about 2X is a marvelous addition to a hunting rifle.

When you guys talk of ‘iron sights’ do you mean iron sights like a military mauser, or iron sights like a receiver peep?

I have hunted with military mauser style sights, and, regular scopes (not scout type)

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