I’m glad to see to the Firearms Freedom Act, or whatever they are calling the in-state manufactured firearms legislation (based on Montana’s law IIRC) is back on the agenda.
As to the main topic, I recall a case in Topeka several years ago where a legally blind citizen fired a gun at his doorway when the police were executing a no-knock warrant.
I’m trying to remember how it ended up, but they wanted to fry him for agg battery on an LEO but couldn’t because it was no-knock and the blind citizen was in fear for his life as his door was being broken down...
Apparently he had no problem aiming not just at the door but at the right spot on the door.
Usually the blind are not deaf, and can not only locate stereophonic position, but position relative to rear, forward, below, and above.