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Old April 19, 2013, 11:31 AM   #8
Dr Big Bird PhD
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Also, just so you know preacherblb

There's two types of co-witnessing.

The first is where the iron sights line up directly over the optic's red dot. Makes it a little easier to zero the other sight once the iron sights are zero'd, and vice versa.

The second is a lower third co-witness, which means the BUIS line up through the glass, but below the Red Dot/crosshairs. Its roughly in the "lower third" of the glass.
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