I often think about the old westerns, real life shootings and even some present day speed shooter competitions that using the gun sights just isn't used. I have seen speed shooters using revolvers from western holsters firing from the hip right out of the holster hitting on target. In the old days it seemed it was draw and fire not draw then sight in then shoot. But that is the movies so..... That has got to take a lot of practice getting eye to hand to brain to target coordination going naturally. I have been shown that the gun will pretty much follow the shooters sight on target. I do believe it could take quite a bit of practice getting the eyesight to brain to hand being automatic action. I imagine quite often in shooting there isn't time to sight in on target using the sights on the gun. I am wondering if it wouldn't be easier sighting in on the whole body rather than a pin point while the body is in motion. I am thinking it is all about training the mind to react and signal rather than trying to align using the gun sight view. I have a laser pistol and for the heck of it I wanted to see if I shot on target often or not using point and shoot. When I pull the trigger the laser puts a red dot on point of aim. Surprisingly I often did hit on target more often than not using PnS. I also noticed my second or third shots were often more on target than the first shot. I guess it is the mind to hand making adjustment to hit more precise on sighted target. I am thinking if I were to practice more using point and shoot I might get pretty accurate with it. I am going to try this with my MK IV on paper target to see what results I get. Has anyone here had experience using point and shoot while range shooting? What were your results?