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Keep writing, reading, dreaming, succeeding, etcetera. Joined: Mar 4, Messages: 1, Joined: Jul 17, Messages: 6, It doesn't really matter - the dot will stay roughly the same size as viewed by the shooter regardless of position.
The closer you place it to your eye, the better you'll be able to center it in the pane, best eliminating parallax potential, but you'll also cover more of your field of view with the frame. The farther away, the more of the frame the dot will appear to cover, so you might not notice quite as well when your dot drifts off of center - but you'll have a better view of the field.
It's a bit of a personal preference - if you want to minimize your field of view interference, then slide it farther out, if you want to view the field through the optic, slide it back. I like to position mine at the front of the receiver - not on the handrail.
I have some offset dot sights mounted on the rail which are pretty far forward - as in in front of my support hand on the handguard, but I've found that to be less than optimal for sight acquisition as well as functional snagging. Varminterror , Aug 21, Joined: Mar 18, Messages: 1, Kendal Black , Aug 21, Thanks, all.
This is intended as home defense, so precision is not a huge deal. I just did not know if there was some standard way of doing it. Joined: Oct 26, Messages: Location: Alabama. No standard but for home defense you'll typically sight the dot more quickly if closer to you.
If new to red dots, practice and perfect sighting with both eyes open. You'll pick it up quickly and appreciate the advantages. Armored farmer likes this. Joined: Jul 12, Messages: Last edited: Aug 21, Klint Beastwood , Aug 21, I like my Trijicon MRO as far forward as it can go on the upper receiver before the rail begins.
Seems to work well. ETA pic:. Here's my reflex on my