Anyone else here not care for dual sight beads, such as on the Benelli Super Black Eagle II ? I have been using one for a little over a year now on pheasant, quail, turkey, geese, dove, and a few ducks. I was having a hard time early on last year in late pheasant season dropping the birds at the same rate as with my old Rem. 1100. Looking thru the owners manual was of no help in what the sight pic was to look like with the front and rear bead. Rear bead cover the front bead? Stack front bead on rear bead making a 8. I could not get the same answer from several hunters. I was starting to doubt myself with regard to my wingshooting. Went and grabbed the 1100 out of the guncase to see what was so different between handling the 1100 and S.B.E.II. The one big thing that caught my eye was the dual sight beads vrs. the front single bead. I took the rear bead out (it is threaded) and percentages went up greatly for me using the front bead only. I have been shotgunning for game 35+ years and can not really say how I sight, just shoulder, swing, point, and shoot. Today I am comfortable with the S.B.E.II and feel it is a upgrade to what I had.Just wanting to know if I am the only one that has trouble with the dual beads? How are you to use them? Maybe if you are having trouble with a shotgun with misses - might just need to remove rear bead.