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    Gotcha. Seems like that would put a 1.93 in the bottom meat of the optic, and thus be impossible to shoot irons. (Just eyeballing... could be wrong)
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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Gotcha. Seems like that would put a 1.93 in the bottom meat of the optic, and thus be impossible to shoot irons. (Just eyeballing... could be wrong)
    Yes, I think thatís true. Iím fond of 1.93Ē, but old enough to still be a little superstitious about BUIS, so it is a vexing problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    but old enough to still be a little superstitious about BUIS, so it is a vexing problem.
    Same here. I don't have one AR that's Dot only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    Who does a 1.93Ē that you can see backups through? I didnít think that was a thing.
    Scalarworks makes 1.93" BUIS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    I don't know if this goofy mofo is 1.93, but it has a hole through which you can poorly use the irons. (it's a UNITY mount)

    It also has rear aperture that allows use of the FSB without LMT BUIS which will leave room for a magnifier.
    Gettin' down innagrass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    It also has rear aperture that allows use of the FSB without LMT BUIS which will leave room for a magnifier.
    You're right. I had to flip that thing out of the way to use the existing app.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    Yes, I think that’s true. I’m fond of 1.93”, but old enough to still be a little superstitious about BUIS, so it is a vexing problem.
    Anymore my backup sights don't need to be iron as long as I have a backup or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    Scalarworks makes 1.93" BUIS.
    Why would you hurt my wallet like that?

    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    Anymore my backup sights don't need to be iron as long as I have a backup or two.
    Yeah, Iíve arrived there in a practical sense, but thereís a thought inside my head that says ďsure would be nice to have BUIS on top of that gun, wouldnít it?Ē.

    When I get old, Iím going to go on rants about how back in my day dots ate batteries, and we had BUIS on our rifles, but the gottdarned Whigs ruined it for everyone, and now every other commercial on the TV is about tolerance of LPVO+, and I bet you whippersnappers donít even have bayonets!

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    The Scalarworks 1.93" irons haven't been released, AFAIK, even though they've been announced for awhile.

    You could always just use offset sights with 1.93". Or just accept you're not getting co-witnessing, and will need to ditch your optic to use them.

    I went from lower 1/3rd to 1.93" to 2.26" for my RDS/HWS height. All have worked just fine slick, but the 1.93" made passive aiming under NODs or use with a pro mask way easier, and the 2.26" made passive aiming under NODs with a pro mask far more comfortable.
    Plus Áa change, plus c'est la mÍme chose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budget View Post
    Is there a weight listed anywhere? Really like torque specs printed on it.
    Canít imagine it being very heavy, the difference between the heaviest T2/Comp M5 mounts and the lightest is only maybe an ounce or two. At some point obsessing over fractions of an ounce is diminishing returns.

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