At Vision and Sensory Integration we understand how important sharp focus is for both pistol and rifle shooters.

Visual errors affect performance.  Accuracy depends on eyes ability to gauge a separation of two objects and recognise symmetry.

The pistol shooter requires optimal contrast between the tip of the front sight and the rear notch which can be achieved through choice of variable iris opening and eliminating reflections and glare with coloured filters.

The rifle shooter requires optimal contrast between the foresight and aiming mark – this can be achieved through choice of rear peep opening, eliminating reflections and glare with coloured filters and optimising vision.

Proper aiming depends on being consistent in maintaining sight alignment and is dependent on visual acuity (clarity of sight) which can be achieved with the appropriate shooting lens prescription.

Visual Aids

Refractive errors are correctable with shooting frames and lenses, adjustable iris disc and contact lenses.  Non-reflective lenses protect eyes from annoying reflections.

Most shooters over 45 require +0.50 to +0.75 over their distance prescription.

At Vision and Sensory Integration we stock Jaggi Nova, Knobloch and Hiscorer frames as well as Sumosights and can assist with contact lens trials.