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Old April 27th, 2018, 11:03 AM #10
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Thank you. Do you think a new shooter may be better off starting with mechanical sights? Can the backup sights co-witness with an optic?

Also, I'm a Canon guy myself
Canon is good for cameras. Nikon (not Canon) is big in the rifle scope market. Nikon P223 series are good scopes for the money.

I would get a scope. These rifles are so accurate you will very quickly want to move out to 100yds and hit that tiny red speck.

As for iron sights and co-witnessing, if you get a 1x-8 or 1.5-8x optic, iron sights are unnecessary. iron sights and cowitnessing might be necessary if you are doing 3 gun and hitting targets inside 25 yds. But, I have a 2.5x scope on a few carbines and have zero problem hitting inside 25 yds. I really have never been big on iron sights.
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