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Old 12-18-2012, 22:04   #370
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Originally Posted by TangoFoxtrot View Post
Well explained Warp!
I am getting experience teaching people to shoot rifles IRL.

Good times.

Originally Posted by Leper View Post
I agree with this. On my duty rifle I do have and use the BUIS but the primary site is an EOTECH.

On my plinking gun (the one I'm teaching my son rifle with) it is the included Magpul sights only.
Optics can offer many different advantages, depending on the one used. More leeway in eye position/cheek weld (or lack thereof), faster (no lining two thing up), usable even in very low light (red dot/holographic/illuminated reticle), magnification, light gathering, etc.

A good optic that matches your use for the gun is usually a good investment
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