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Old 03-02-2014, 07:49 PM   #1
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Purchased a flat top about two weeks ago. Finally got a scope mounted low and put 40 rds through it. Shot near perfect. Everything was a little left but that could have been:
1) Scope mounted to low, making it awkward to get a good sight picture with hearing protection.
2) Shot standing unsupported
3) Just no longer used to shooting an AR15/M4

Range was busy so could not do a proper sight in. May have to get a bore site and definitely taller scope rings.
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Purchased a flat top about two weeks ago. Finally got a scope mounted low and put 40 rds through it. Shot near perfect. Everything was a little left but that could have been:
1) Scope mounted to low, making it awkward to get a good sight picture with hearing protection.
2) Shot standing unsupported
3) Just no longer used to shooting an AR15/M4

Range was busy so could not do a proper sight in. May have to get a bore site and definitely taller scope rings.
or number 4) the scopes point of aim is really to the left and just needs to be dialed in.


So glad to hear ya had some fun with it
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And a low mounted scope is better than a high mounted scope, just so ya know.
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And a low mounted scope is better than a high mounted scope, just so ya know.
Exactly! Keeps your cheek on the stock.
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