Using offset red dot sight

Let’s say you are using a 1-6x scope set to 6x when you suddenly need to make a precise shot much closer. One way to do that is to turn the rifle 45* (or some lesser angle if you have an appropriate mount) and use a red dot or backup iron sights.

Just like this. Also works if the main optic gets damaged.

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2 Responses to Using offset red dot sight

  1. IARifleman says:

    You would be able to achieve a smaller required roll over if you mount the Daniel Defense rail on the 3’o’clock rail, and reverse the mini red dot. (changes the mini from a 2’o’clock to a 1’o’clock.)

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