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Old December 24, 2012, 03:43 PM   #12
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Scope height is not all that critical, assuming you can get a good cheek weld.

Generally speaking, a lower mounted scope can give the perception of a slightly flatter trajectory between the muzzle and your zero range, and a higher mount will make the trajectory seem a little flatter beyond your zero range.

If you are shooting long range, you will most likely be adjusting your elevation anyway, so it really doesn't matter all that much, provided when you initially calculate your trajectory for each range, you include an accurate sight height.
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