I have an AR15 flat-top build that may or may not become my new groundhog rifle. Mounting the scope (Super Sniper SS16X42) is providing me with a headache. The eye relief is 3.75in. This seems like quite a bit to me... I can't really mount the scope forward enough on the flat-top (even with adjusting the rings) to get this much eye relief, especially when prone. On top of that, the mounts I have, while good mounts, are a tad high. I considered a new stock (http://www.centuriontactical.com/ar-stock-srs.htm, or maybe something cheaper...) that would allow me to adjust the length of pull and cheek height, but... There's got to be a better way. RRA sells the "scout rail", which would mount the scope further forward, but that also adds more height. Am I smoking crack, or is this a lot more of a pain in the ass than it should be? Maybe both. The scope seems to mount too high and back on our .308 bolt action too. It's a 30mm scope with a 42mm objective... I don't really expect any answers from anyone (because I didn't really ask any questions)... I'm just frustrated. This guy seems perfectly happy with his. Maybe I need to invest in some body armor to push it further away from my body. But then again, that guy is hiding in front of some iron bombs.