That all depends on the shooter. Ghost ring sights are not designed for long range shooting, they are more of a combat sight for quick target acquisition and therefore the aperture is too big for precise aiming.
I use ghost rings on a few of my rifles and I have no problem getting nice groups at 100yds. I am sure the sights are capable of further but beyond a 100 the sight will cover to much of the animal to be very affective.
"Ghost Ring" aperture sights go back hundreds of years. I had a primitive one installed on a hand built historically correct to the late 1700's flintlock and had no problem shooting minute of deer groups out to 100 yards. I love them on long guns but find them useless on handguns. The closer you can get the "ghost ring" to the eye the better.
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