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Any logical reason why the mbus cannot be located in front of the acog? The eye relief is at about 1.5" and for me to get a good view i really have to stretch forward. Kind of uncomfortable.
 

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Nope, if it works better that way for you, by all means.

There are minor drawbacks; Shortens up sight radius, looks lil' wierd, its not the traditional location, etc, etc......But the rifle has to be comfortable to you to get the most potential out of it.
 

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That rear sight is a little unusual to look through. Its hardly comfortable. Do what feels right. Recheck your point of impact after you move them. I wouldn't use them for accuracy in the first place. Only for back up or pest control without an optic. Though I have heard the farther apart the two sights are the more it helps accuracy. I think ill give it a try anyway. Im curious.
 

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well i just tried it out, kind of hard to see the rear opening and lining it up to the front post.

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Id like a good set of back up sights. Preferably with rear elevation adjustment but since I have these.two sets actually. The others are tan I guess ill hang onto them.
 

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you know there is a small and large aperture on the MBUS?
 

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Yep pretty neat but I still can't get into em. My small aperature wont center in the large. Not that it really matters. Ill look into a nice set when I get a nice optic on it
 

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go with Troy
 

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I peeked at the troys online the other day. Its a toss between them and the diamond head. Diamondhead has an auto ranger front sight which is pretty nice. Troy sights just look indestructable. The flip up ones that are on the m4 were nice. I kind of like them. Try were pricey though I think I remember they were steep. I just want easy elevation adjustments in a flip up sight. But zeroing for 300 and aiming lower is easy enough. Trots seem like the caddys of battle sights.
 
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