AR BUIS 45 degree mount not aligning
The gun previously had a red dot and sights that co-witnessed through that with a gas block
sight in the front. I added the scope and as I had sights I bought 2 identical 45 degree rail mounts assuming the geometry would follow as the front and rear change were identical. Apparently my low scores in math have payed off as the sights do not align and do not have enough adjustment to align. The pic attached shows the setup - it is not a sightline picture but you will see the rear is adjusted right as far as possible. Using a bore sight I have a pretty good idea where they need to be. I'm sure that I'm not the first guy to make this assumption so I posted looking for possible solutions. If there are sight sets made for this application (gas block front at 45 degrees) I'm interested. I can also change out the gas block for a rail height and get a new front sight if that's the answer.
NOT a sightline shot but look at the rear - I'm out of adjustment and the front is as low as it will go and that is not low enough either
If we choose, we can live in a world of comforting illusion. Noam Chomsky