From Texas’s KVUE.com:
Rep. Edmund Kuempel, a Seguin [TX] Republican, has filed a bill for the 2007 legislative session that would allow legally blind hunters to use a laser sight, or lighted pointing instrument. The devices are forbidden for sighted hunters. . . .
Visually impaired people are able to shoot with the aid of a sighted person, he said. “I’ve seen this on TV before, when they’re taking target practice,” Kuempel said. “When they aim the gun the guide tells them, aim two inches higher or two inches lower and you’re on the target, and you’re off and running.”
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