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2 hours ago, Pullmark said:

Agreed, but in my case they do provide confidence in knowing that the gun is correctly mounted when the red light is seen in your peripheral vision.

You just need to practise your mount correctly until it becomes second nature, at home, on a regular basis, and then when in the field, muscle memory does the rest and you don’t even have to think about it. 
Having a good day doesn’t mean you can stop practising. 

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11 minutes ago, Scully said:

You just need to practise your mount correctly until it becomes second nature, at home, on a regular basis, and then when in the field, muscle memory does the rest and you don’t even have to think about it. 
Having a good day doesn’t mean you can stop practising. 

This ^^^^^ Practice practice practice and pictures. I have removed all the beads off most of my guns and just look at the target and the sight picture that brings the bird down. 

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I have used both for about the last 25 years. When i changed guns, it helped me ensure I had the gun mounted properly. Once fitted, I have never noticed them whilst actually shooting. I seem to be in a minority, but they helped me.

A friend of mine, the late Graham Stephens used to import and sell the Ruby sights. After his death, his son carried on for a while but they seem to have a new importer. No difference between the two makes - Ruby had better packaging and were about half the Truglo price. That differntial seems to have disappeared.

If you must have one - get the cheapest.

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Can be helpful with eye dominance (Right handed/Master Left eye) I have fitted an EasyHitBead to my Granddaughter’s A400 and have seen a good improvement with her overall Clay hits, also noted that it does help with a beginner getting the gun mounted,level etc. Good in low light conditions, cheap robust and easy to fit. Not all shooters can focus on the the clay, and if a bright bead assists the correct position of the barrels and enables a successful ‘hit’ ,why not?? 

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