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Thread: Offset irons, offset red dot, or invest in new mount?

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    Offset irons, offset red dot, or invest in new mount?

    I have an SPR/DMR build I really enjoy but my BUIS is basically unusable if the time came for it as the mounting hardware for my 2.5-10 is not QD. Should I invest in a LaRue QD, or some offset Irons or a red dot like an RMR or deltapoint? Iím conflicted on which will give me the best bang for my buck.


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    Just buy some magpul offsets. Make sure your lower will accept them. Some fancy Vltor etc sometimes won't work.

    The RMR is nice but expensive with mount

    PB
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    Offset irons for me. Dueck Defense was the first pair I've owned, but I like the folding Magpuls.

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    I like Griffin Armament offset sight (https://www.griffinarmament.com/m2-s...eployment-kit/) you can configure them as regular and as an offset sight.

    For purely offset sights it's hard to beat KAC: https://www.knightarmco.com/12642/sh...-kit-300-meter

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    Quote Originally Posted by alx01 View Post
    I like Griffin Armament offset sight (https://www.griffinarmament.com/m2-s...eployment-kit/) you can configure them as regular and as an offset sight.

    For purely offset sights it's hard to beat KAC: https://www.knightarmco.com/12642/sh...-kit-300-meter
    I dont have offset, but I love my KAC micros. I also would vote for the KAC sights.

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    I prefer offset irons as humidity / fogging optics can be a big issue down south. So if my RDS / Scope is fogged over, so will an offset RDS.
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    This, and I don't like to have to reconfirm zero after removing a magnified optic to access my irons. I know I know, return to zero mounts blah blah blah

    Quote Originally Posted by RHINOWSO View Post
    I prefer offset irons as humidity / fogging optics can be a big issue down south. So if my RDS / Scope is fogged over, so will an offset RDS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHINOWSO View Post
    I prefer offset irons as humidity / fogging optics can be a big issue down south. So if my RDS / Scope is fogged over, so will an offset RDS.
    You make a good point, I think Iíll go with offset irons.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pappabear View Post
    Just buy some magpul offsets. Make sure your lower will accept them. Some fancy Vltor etc sometimes won't work.

    The RMR is nice but expensive with mount

    PB
    Yeah RMRís are fantastic I just hate the cost.


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    Offset RMR for me. Very usable package. Only downside is the cost.

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