To be fair, it looks like Glock Team member Randi Rogers is squinting her non-dominant eye. Which is better than closing it entirely—IF we’re talking about “proper” self-defense shooting. This snap hails from the 2010 USPSA Georgia State Championship, where Ms. Rogers placed in the top five overall in five stages and won the Ladies Production championship. “Georgia State was a great way to continue the practical shooting portion of the shooting season,” Rogers said. “The match had a great mixture of target placement including moving targets, tight leans and partially obscured targets.” Partially obscured because she was squinting? I kid. So, do you keep both eyes open, squint one, or close one when you shoot?