turkey junky wrote:hey guys just want to see if im the only guy out there that thinks that having a green bead on the front of your gun during any season wear green is the backdrop is not the best idea? mainly due to the fact its the same color as green undergrowth in the spring woods & hard for your eye to focus once you have a mean adrenalin rush... id much rather have a red bead at end of gun with the 2 green back beads or buck horn rear sites if need be...
That's a good observation. As we age it seems easier for us to see green rather than red. That's one reason that so many "dot" type sights are now made with the red/green option. That's especially true when looking into bright areas or when you're in a bright area. In low light conditions, it may not be as much of an advantage.
It really is an individual thing however. Which ever works best for you is the key. It's just good to keep in the back of your mind that another one may work better for you if you start to have problems with the one you're using.