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Old 07-13-2013, 02:01 PM   #11
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My AR15 came with risers. Oh forgot to ask but if I get a Yankee Hill Machining clamp on flip up front sight it would need the risers put on right? Same with a flip up back sight.
Not sure what you mean by risers came with. If you get the proper front flip up, then zero the irons first. If you get the Bushnell TRS-25 RDS you'll need a riser for it to cowitness with the flip ups. Amazon.com sells the UTG riser which works well and is only $10. Their medium height riser gives you absolute cowitness and the tall UTG gives you lower 1/3 cowitness (which I prefer). If you already have a riser for the RDS, see how it works.
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Old 07-13-2013, 04:06 PM   #12
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Not sure what you mean by risers came with. If you get the proper front flip up, then zero the irons first. If you get the Bushnell TRS-25 RDS you'll need a riser for it to cowitness with the flip ups. Amazon.com sells the UTG riser which works well and is only $10. Their medium height riser gives you absolute cowitness and the tall UTG gives you lower 1/3 cowitness (which I prefer). If you already have a riser for the RDS, see how it works.
What I meant is that my AR15 came with risers to use.
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Risers? plural? For what? Scope? RDS? Not the flip ups anyway unless BM is weirder than I thought!

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I love my Bushmaster. 3k rounds of brass, steel, and even both in the same mag and it eats everything. I got the Vortex red dot sight. I love it as an inexpensive option for scopes. Around 160 and came with a doubler. Absolutely awesome.

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