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Is the one piece Bobro a quick release? I can't tell from the pic how it works? I want a removable scope for my ar now anyone have any experience with these??
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Yes. Excellent product. Quick release with lever. 
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I want to leave open sights on they fold down. Any pics of yours?
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What is the spacing in-between the rail and eyepeice?
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I don't know. I have a 10x SS on there now doing load development. Could measure that if you like. 

My Yankee Hill BUIS won't fit under there, I can tell you that. 
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That would be great. I have a M1 fold down sight mounted as far back as it will go.
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MI ERS (BUIS) FDE is what I have.
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From the bottom of the ocular housing of a 10x SS, to the top of the rail is .550.  
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Bummer!!!

My sight is .558 from the rail. I am putting on is a Leupold ultra light 33mm think that would make difference?


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Don't know.

Why not just forego the BUIS and stick with the scope? That's what I do. 
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I was thinking it would be cool to plink rabbits and such with open sights from time to time.
Know of any quik release open sights??
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The midwest industies low profile rear sight fits under my ss 1-4 with bobro
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Originally posted by supertool73 supertool73 wrote:

The midwest industies low profile rear sight fits under my ss 1-4 with bobro


Do you have link to that.
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Originally posted by rustic rustic wrote:

Bummer!!!

My sight is .558 from the rail. I am putting on is a Leupold ultra light 33mm think that would make difference?
YOU CAN'T DO THIS!! The weight of the mount alone would upset the balance of that ultralight gold ring you want on there. Not to mention, on top of that you are going to add another 4 oz by putting iron sights on it WITH AN ULTRALIGHT SCOPE!! Not to mention an AR platform is already heavy BEFORE you load it! God help you. If you put this thing together the way you're talking about, and actually load it, you're going to have Scoliosis for sure. I think you should just buy one of those cricket .22lr's with open sights, and have Chad at Longrifles inc. helically flute the barrel,  so you can get deep back in public hunting areas where the DIY fair chase Boone & Crockett bunnys live.
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LOL. That's too funny. Big Grin
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LMFAO!!!  DIY fair chase Boone & Crockett bunnys!!!!  Excellent  Excellent  Excellent
 
 
 
 
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Something tells me that those aren't rabbit droppings!!! Shocked
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Originally posted by trigger29 trigger29 wrote:


Originally posted by rustic rustic wrote:

Bummer!!!

My sight is .558 from the rail. I am putting on is a Leupold ultra light 33mm think that would make difference?

YOU CAN'T DO THIS!! The weight of the mount alone would upset the balance of that ultralight gold ring you want on there. Not to mention, on top of that you are going to add another 4 oz by putting iron sights on it WITH AN ULTRALIGHT SCOPE!! Not to mention an AR platform is already heavy BEFORE you load it! God help you. If you put this thing together the way you're talking about, and actually load it, you're going to have Scoliosis for sure. I think you should just buy one of those cricket .22lr's with open sights, and have Chad at Longrifles inc. helically flute the barrel,  so you can get deep back in public hunting areas where the DIY fair chase Boone & Crockett bunnys live.


Your a funny guy.

I am not going for a super light outfit but, will cut where I can. ;)
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Try a Knights Armament fold down rear sight. It is a very low profile sight, and should fit under most scopes. They are expensive though, $200+.
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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmu5sRIizdw


A classic, Mike!!! Thanks for the memory.
I soiled my armor I laughed so hard.....Big Grin
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