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Old April 29th, 2019, 10:28 PM #1
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M3000 Red Dot

I recently bought a red dot. I need to add a rail to the receiver. I was wondering if anyone has added a rail to their Stoeger? And how would a rail effect the use of my front bead for skeet/trap? I dont really want to use the rd dot for skeet/trap.
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The saddle rail should have a small opening so you can see the bead, but it's really going to screw with your ability to see moving clays. Plus your optic is going to be pretty high up, so you'll need a cheek riser.
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