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Red Dot, Holographic Sights & Magnifiers

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Topic: Red Dot, Holographic Sights & Magnifiers
Posted By: parallax free
Subject: Red Dot, Holographic Sights & Magnifiers
Date Posted: February/06/2021 at 12:36
I was curious if anyone in the Optics Talk community knows of anyone or anyplace that has compiled a list of red dot, holographic sight and magnifier dimensional specifications? I know that most manufacturers put the externally physical dimension info on their site, but most don't list the distance from reticle to firearms rail. Most importantly the dimension from the top of the firearm rail to the centerline of the reticle (center of the lens) is what I would like to see for various brands. 

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Posted By: tahqua
Date Posted: February/13/2021 at 12:56
I have never seen that is across competitive brands. Eotech, Trijicon and others have them covering their own products.



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Doug


Posted By: supertool73
Date Posted: February/13/2021 at 16:38
most of the optics/mounts are either designed to cowitness or be lower 1/3 of the optic image.  So based on that the cowitness would be equal to the iron sight plane. Which is 2.6 inches above the bore.  Not sure on the lower 1/3 height

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Posted By: tahqua
Date Posted: February/13/2021 at 17:23
True and I only use co-witness.

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Doug



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