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Help me out with a question I have had. Could one of you tell me whats the difference and why to use low mount rings compared to high mount rings other the inherent paralax error? does using the high rings diminish your maximum adjustment for the scope? 

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Lousy cheekweld is my gripe with using the higher rings.
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