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    Question Beretta CX4 Question

    Can anyone recommend a decent bang for the buck sight for my setup below? I am new to sights and long guns in general. I guess something that could co-witness would be best?



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    I had one just like that! lol

    I used a good red dot holo sight when I had mine.



    Oh, and make sure that barrel shroud stays on tight. I had mine about slide off once while I was shooting it. Thankfully it didn't catch a bullet...
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    Is that already an aftermarket side rail on it? What could I put there?

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    Welcome!*•*Mueller Optics

    Affordable and good quality.

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    Yes you have to buy a rail for the top.



    Just google it and you should be able pull it up.
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    I use the Bushnell holosight and a NCstar compact scope with intergrated base


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    check *Houts Enterprises - Main Page i've had good luck with them. they do have night sights too.

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    The Burris Speed Dot 1X35, 3 MOA Scope co-witnessed with the irons nicely. The Eotech sits to low on the rail and the ears on the front sight obscure the view somewhat. Enjoy. :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by EAJ View Post
    The Burris Speed Dot 1X35, 3 MOA Scope co-witnessed with the irons nicely. The Eotech sits to low on the rail and the ears on the front sight obscure the view somewhat. Enjoy. :)

    Nice looking sling, what type is it ?

    I agree with you, I defiantly want something to co-witness I think

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    Nice looking sling, what type is it ?
    That’s a Specter SOP Sling w/ TRB & ERB Releases from Houts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAJ View Post
    Thatís a Specter SOP Sling w/ TRB & ERB Releases from Houts.
    Thank you! Do you just buy the sling, or also the mounts?

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    I picked up a used low power fixed focus scope for mine .
    I can see 100 yards at night with that and a 9 volt tactical
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    Thank you! Do you just buy the sling, or also the mounts?
    Sling, plus Falcon Industries Sling Swivel Mount for the rail.

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