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Old 01-20-2016, 07:19 AM   #8
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There is always going to be a problem with seeing fibers when the target is brighter than the fiber. Even on 2D targets in the sun when the fibers are in the shade.
There are a lot of small lights that can be attached to the sight bar to light the fibers. Try to find one that you can adjust the brightness on. In low light the fibers can over power the target and make it difficult to aim.
You also don't want the light to be focused toward the target.
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