It flips out like this. https://goo.gl/images/35pMqaYou ain't crazy.
This is just my opinion, so it ain't worth much. Keep the red dot, lose the magnifier.
Every advantage the red dot gives you (quick target acquisition, large field of view), is lost when a magnifier is used. You might as well sport a good illuminated 1x6 scope. YMMV.
Like my dad used to say, "It's better to live in a pink house than next door to one".Shoot it and see how you like it, it might surprise you. If you like the way it shoots you have the added benefit of not being able to see it while you are looking through it.