Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Inverted Bifocal allow for better precision pistol shooting?

Our Pistol Model features a 40mm semicircular bifocal  placed along the top rim of the aiming eye lens just above the pupil which enables the user to obtain a clear front sight bead when assuming the Isosceles pistol shooting posture. Normal distance viewing remains unimpeded in the rest of the lens.

How does the Side Bifocal allow for better precision rifle shooting?

Our Rifle Model features a 22mm semicircular bifocal carefully located near the bridge of the nose in the aiming eye lens. This patented design enables the user to obtain a clear , focused sight picture  with a slight natural turn of the head used in shooting a rifle, bow with sights or Weaver style pistol shooting while still ensuring that normal distance viewing in unimpeded.

What do you do when the front sight is no longer in focus but I already have bifocals for reading?

We can create a lens within your prescription that corrects for the “sweet spot” that will bring the front sight into clear focus.  We can also add a reading bifocal to your off eye in the normal bottom of the lens location.  This allows you to read as well as see your front sight crystal clear.