GG&G makes this kick A$$ cover for the EOTechs. Works great!http://www.gggaz.com/index.php?id=58&parents=84,86
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You EO Tech look just like mine...in the same spot...enjoy. Sure is great for 'old eyes'...
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I would strongly suggest the LT PIVOT mount also. You can run that separate to the LT 110 mount but it will take up some additional room on the reciever especially if your running an Troy or other rear folding sight. It works though and co witnesses perfectly.
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I got to zero it today and at 50 yards it was perfect, first three rounds were 6 inches high and right. Next three rounds were 3 inches right and the 3rd 3 were all in the X ring along with the next 21 rounds. I was real proud of myself but at 100 I was high and to the right the target had no shoulder left.
I did not make a change because it was so on at 50 yards!
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I always zero it 25 mith mine anyway, because with the M4-length barrel and standard 62gr bullets the POI should be very close to the same at 25 and 250, with the entire flight path within those ranges never going out of the "bottle" of a man-sized target. You might want to try that, Timmy, just to see how it works for you. (Note that if you're dead on at 25, you'll be several inches high at 100.)
P.S. SkyGod - thanks for all that info; I know what I'll be buying before I head back over there!
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