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Hey guys my new scope came with a pic mount. I put it on top of my flat top. Should I remove the extra mount and go with a low profile look or keep it high?? Just asking because I dont know whats normal mounting wise. Ohhh and I am going to sight in tomorrow, im sure ill get stuck with a 50 yard range booth. If I zero at 50 yards where would I be at 100?
 

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Hey guys my new scope came with a pic mount. I put it on top of my flat top. Should I remove the extra mount and go with a low profile look or keep it high?? Just asking because I dont know whats normal mounting wise. Ohhh and I am going to sight in tomorrow, im sure ill get stuck with a 50 yard range booth. If I zero at 50 yards where would I be at 100?
If you use conventional mounting rings, you will probably need high rings to get the scope to clear the rail. Don't mount it any higher than needed, though. Most get an AR specific mount from Larue, Bobro, ADM, or Burris. Below is a scope mounted in a Burris PEPR AR mount.

 
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