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Old 04-20-2013, 17:21   #3
Cole125
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Plank- Why I want/need a absolute co-witness mount is because I have a Aimpoint magnifier with a LaRue LT755 (short) FTS mount on my rifle which only works with absolute co-witness hight optics.

If I got the LaRue cantilever mount, LT-129, I would also have to buy the "high" LT755 magnifier mount. That is $350+ in mounts right there, so I would rather spend $150 on the Bobro if its "just as good, or almost as good" as the LaRue.


Anyone have a Bobro mount they would comment on?

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