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    I love the diopter sights. It beats the sights on my AKs any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl_Burlin View Post
    How "thick" is the ring of light supposed to be around the globe at front? Just a little, more?
    That would be dependent on how close you get your eye to the rear sight, which varies from shooter to shooter. The key isn't "how much" but that there is an EQUAL amount of light all the way around to keep the front sight centered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_in_29 View Post
    That would be dependent on how close you get your eye to the rear sight, which varies from shooter to shooter. The key isn't "how much" but that there is an EQUAL amount of light all the way around to keep the front sight centered.
    Ohhh... I see.

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    Hey more replies, thanks guys, this is gonna be good as reference when the day comes to decide on a .308 rifle.

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    The diopter drum sight system is IMO the best sight for a military rifle, instinctive and very accurate. I would prefer a large aperture instead of the vee notch for the 100 m setting, though.

    For military rifles the complex sights that offer a lot of tiny elevation settings, and even worse easy to dial windage adjustment, don't make sense at all.

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    My original poly bore 91, my heavy barrel PTR and my GI do about 2 MOA with mil surp and irons or an Eotech

    I never use the notch. I set my zero 2 inches high @ 100 yards with the 200 yard sight
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