@Zavier_D share away, I didnt come up with it, and even if I did, I want people to be safe and protect themselves. Eventually I will have my own curriculum, but not now. I just parrot stuff I can explain and that is rooted in correct information.
@Spence I find 2 reasons why people chase the dot and have frustrations, #1 is because you are treating the dot as a back up and still focusing on the irons. The irons are now your back up. Don’t worry about them. There does not need to be a cowitness to the irons. Once your mrds is zeroed you can put the dot in the upper corner of the window and get a hit as long as you are focusing on where you want impacts. #2 people are focusing on the dot and not the target. To effectively use a MRDS you have to focus on the target.
The best way that I have found for dot acquisition and the drill @Zavier_D mentioned is to go in a pitch black room and draw or present over and over until you retain the muscle memory to be able to find the immediately. Dont adjust the dot after zeroing, adjust your shooting.
It took me over 1k rounds to get ok with mine and another 1k to be good. The MRDS is great because they exacerbate your mistakes and show you what you need to do to improve.
@MikeBKY what are you having issues with?