Prof Ghafoor said that Mufi Muneeb didn't even wait for local witnesses and went ahead, announcing the decision that moon had not been sighted
. 'When we receive information of local witnesses with local moon sighting committee, we send our staff to ascertain the claims but the central committee doesn't wait to hear from us on this,' he said.
The researchers also tested 10 sighted
, blind-folded volunteers.
My attitudes were no better than most sighted
people, as I then reflected the common belief that blind people are really not very capable when it comes to independent mobility.
However, point-shooting and sighted
fire shouldn't be considered mutually exclusive.
"It probably helps that adults don't have a lot of expectations about what these children should be able to do as sighted
"Through this survey, we've attempted to compare the impact of educational background on current occupational status and life satisfaction for blind, visually impaired and sighted
people, respectively," said Corinne Kirchner, Ph.D., director of AFB's social research department.
However, there is an oft-repeated but untrue saying in shooting lore that goes, "Once sighted
in, fixed sight handguns are always sighted
in." Not necessarily.
They also tested three nearly blind persons, who had some residual vision at the periphery of their gaze; seven sighted
people wearing blindfolds; and 29 sighted
people without blindfolds.
in they are unlikely to go out of adjustment.
The scope was bore sighted
when we bought it." A variation of the theme is, "They only need to practice a little bit because the rifle was sighted
in last year."
What such sights will do is eliminate the debate over point shooting versus sighted
fire by giving shooters a sighted
index that can be placed on target without changing the visual plane.
so the bullet lands in the middle of the bead.
in, with the sight post secured by setscrews, it can be removed and reattached without losing zero.
fire, therefore, was best used while engaging targets at the firing range or when facing a threat from a distance or from behind cover.
fire" debate rages on with no end in sight.