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    got a question fro you black rifle savages!
    maybe its my short fat neck, my crossed eyes (well actually only one is not straight!) anyway with the AR stock I find it extremely difficult to get a good view through a red dot or smaller scope as they sit to low to the rail/top of the reciever.
    so how do you people with short fat necks handle this.
    I know it needs to go up but what do you use exactly to accomplish this.
    Not that i own or use a Black Rifle but i am asking for a friend.
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    One inch riser (high) is your answer. UTG/Leapers makes a good one for about $10: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/99...flat-top-matte.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWolf70 View Post
    One inch riser (high) is your answer. UTG/Leapers makes a good one for about $10: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/99...flat-top-matte.
    Amazon also has several different heights in Prime, if you have a Prime membership.

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=utg+riser+mount&crid=26BRJRUEKL78F&sprefix=UTG +riser%2Caps%2C150&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_2_9
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    Picked up an ATI 1911 in .22lr yesterday. Ran 150 rounds of mixed ammo through it this morning with 2 FTF. The thing runs like a sewing machine. Even the wife liked shooting it.
    Cant post pics from my phone tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWolf70 View Post
    One inch riser (high) is your answer. UTG/Leapers makes a good one for about $10: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/99...flat-top-matte.

    Yeah, I need a riser on my M4, too. I'll order one when I get my new credit card Citibank is sending me. Don't know the new number.
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    Thanks sava--ahh Guy , I appreciate it, that looks like just what I need.
    now any comments on Accurate 1680 powder for heavy (200-220) projectiles in an AR pistol?
    or would Accurate 5744 be better cause it produces more pressure?
    only purpose for this ugly thing is a house weapon/possibly a truck gun when crusing Atlanta, so likely only heavy weights will be used in it.
    want low flash. low noise and no I am not going to get suppressor--well I don't think I am anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Car_Doc View Post
    Picked up an ATI 1911 in .22lr yesterday. Ran 150 rounds of mixed ammo through it this morning with 2 FTF. The thing runs like a sewing machine. Even the wife liked shooting it.
    Cant post pics from my phone tho.
    I was |<->| this close to buying a .22LR 1911 when I finally got a new job. Then I remembered I've been building a custom Gen3 Glock for the last year, so I decided to finish that instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    Thanks sava--ahh Guy , I appreciate it, that looks like just what I need.
    now any comments on Accurate 1680 powder for heavy (200-220) projectiles in an AR pistol?
    or would Accurate 5744 be better cause it produces more pressure?
    only purpose for this ugly thing is a house weapon/possibly a truck gun when crusing Atlanta, so likely only heavy weights will be used in it.
    want low flash. low noise and no I am not going to get suppressor--well I don't think I am anyway!
    300 blk? 1680 is highly recommended by some for subs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWolf70 View Post
    One inch riser (high) is your answer. UTG/Leapers makes a good one for about $10: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/99...flat-top-matte.
    I have used several of UTGs parts and been happy with them so I'm not bashing them with this statement. Do set the rise on a flat surface and take a look down the picatinny top and make sure it's level. I did get one that looked like it was twisted or something, definitely not level.
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