If you've had a chance to read my intro you probably noticed I only recently returned to shooting after a long break. One of the first things I noticed that was very different from my Army days was the eyesight differences and the need for glasses. This subject may have been covered and I did a search but either my search argument was too broad or it really hasn't been covered before. I need glasses to see near and far. I remember years ago everything (sights and target) was in focus. Now (don't laugh too hard please ) I can either put on a pair of glasses to bring the sights into focus and get the proper sight picture, but then the target is blurry and somewhat indistinct. The other option is my other glasses (for driving or flying) where the target is clear but, as you've probably already guessed, the sights are so blurry as to be almost unusable. I use trifocals which for driving is fine because the top, when looking down the road, is for far and the mid is for the instruments, and the bottom is to read. Shooting needs a straight line from the eye through the sights and on to the target so trifocals don't work. I've been using the mids which puts the sights almost in focus and the target somewhat fuzzy. Surely there has got to be a better way?? Has anyone solved this problem for them??