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    Quote Originally Posted by JRHorne View Post
    What stock/brace are you running?
    A2 stock
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    Quote Originally Posted by oo10inz View Post
    anyone use the battle steel mount? i like the idea of mounting the romeo 5 right to it.
    If you go back to the first page.
    I have a post with my Z-5RS with a Battle Steel Ultra-Low mount and a Romeo 5.
    I like the red dot co-witnessed with the irons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HD Bee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by oo10inz View Post
    anyone use the battle steel mount? i like the idea of mounting the romeo 5 right to it.
    If you go back the the first page.
    I have a post with my Z-5RS with a Battle Steel Ultra-Low mount and a Romeo 5.
    I like the red dot co-witnessed with the irons.
    perfect thank you sir! I missed that. where’s the best place to pick up the battle steel mount?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oo10inz View Post
    perfect thank you sir! I missed that. where’s the best place to pick up the battle steel mount?
    I purchased mine last year. I just shopped around and got the best available price the time.
    I haven’t looked at them lately, so I don’t know who has them at the best price now.

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    The irons work fine. I can shoot faster with the red dot. I'm running an H1 with the B&T low mount on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HD Bee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by oo10inz View Post
    perfect thank you sir! I missed that. where’s the best place to pick up the battle steel mount?
    I purchased mine last year. I just shopped around and got the best available price the time.
    I haven’t looked at them lately, so I don’t know who has them at the best price now.
    Ah ok. thank you. i was having a little trouble locating them recently. Thank you for all your insight on it.

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    I'm sold on this front sight https://www.blitzkriegcomponents.com...Code=HKCFS08LG

    With the large diopter dialed up in the back and this in the front it is way fast and precise.

    In full disclosure, I have been using irons for years and prefer them, but there is indeed value in red dots and I'm sure as long as you mount it with a quick detach in case it fails you should be fine. The older I get the more guns I find myself putting optics on.

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