Legally blind hunters are allowed to hunt with the aid of a sighted person. Now a state legislator is attempting to give them some more help.
Jarrett Gist is visually impaired and a hunter. He is open to the idea of allowing the visually challenged to use laser sights, or lighted pointing instruments in a hunt. Right now the devices are strictly prohibited.
Gist says he's all for making life better for the legally blind. "I say anything that will help someone with a visual impairment I'd say I'm all for it if it will help me I would definitely do it."
Gist has collected a number of trophy deer. His enjoyment is to go on hunting trips with his dad.