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Posted: 3/11/2006 3:59:06 PM EDT
What about this setup? I DONT direct want alignment of sights & center dot, I would like sight in lower 1/3 of the view. I really like my upper as I had Kurt install a phantom on my barrel. Or should I just geta another upper?

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Thanks for the info - got any pics, or anyone else out there?
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Originally Posted By DaffyDuck:
Thanks for the info - got any pics, or anyone else out there?

Here are some pics that I have of mine, don't know if it is any help for you. I like this mount very much, and it adjusts for co-witnessing also either centered or lower one third. The B Casey 8 in dia target in the midst of these pics shows that I had no problem scorching the paper at 100 yds with this set-up. Speaking of set-up, it is a breeze to put together.
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[Last Edit: 3/12/2006 2:51:43 PM EDT by 266-23]
If you plan to mount your optic directly on to your standard M4 handguards [or, even utilizing a bolt-on rail], your handguards will cause your zero to wobble. On one upper I have they do this about 15-20 MOA. They seem to be pretty good standard M4 handguards. Of course, if you are intending the red dot to merely be a CQB or low light battle sight under 100 meters, you'll be OK.
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