Hi, This is a new method and I appreciate we need to get the message across better so please keep the questions coming.This might be a stupid question but does it work on Unsingle trap barrels? Or has anyone used it on an unsingle
Check the Media - Gallery out on the website Perazzi Krieghoff Browning Winchester Shoot SP Gallery eye dominance
Scroll down and there are images of single barrel guns and O/U guns with the high premount position. The key is the eye over the rib sees the SP profile in the hold and the off eye doesn't. To achieve this for premounted we have it higher around 2 or 3 o'clock and for gun out of the shoulder we advise placing it on the side. Remembering that the SP is mounted on the side that you shoulder the gun so the eye over the rib is in control as it needs to be.
Great way to test the SP methodI’m a right hand shooter left eye dominant and have shot with a dot in the past. Your results may differ, but I decided to give it a try for myself because I don’t think we’ve seen a single post here where someone reports trying a home trial set up and it not working. I clipped the slide through end off a medium size black zip tie, and using a small piece of extra strong 3M black mounting tape I mounted the black plastic nub from the zip tie in the 2:00 o’clock position as per the SP instructions. It makes a simple clean test installation. Mounting the gun with both eyes open and pointing it dead on the wall/ceiling corner in my garage, then closing my left eye to see if the point of aim shifts, I can report that after 2 days and multiple tests the point of aim has not shifted once and my right eye has been aligned over the rib every time. If that success carries through to a live shooting situation is still to be determined . . but this test is certainly encouraging.