Please bear with me a second and Iíll get to my question. Because of my vision in my shooting eye I pretty much need a scope for accurate shooting beyond 30-40 yards. Due to that, I have
a fair number of scoped rifles. I use the cross hair magnified types without glasses and make it a point of purchasing these with generous eye relief. On the red dot/prism type scopes,
with no magnifcation, I use my glasses with no problem. I always mount my magnified scopes fairly far to the rear of my guns as it seems to work the best for me (no glasses). I generally donít go
as far back with the red dot/prism types using glasses). On many guns I see the red dot/prism scopes mounted pretty far up the receiver, even on the rifle barrel/upper handguard. I am wondering
if I am missing some-thing by mounting mine farther back. Is there is some advantage I am not aware of by putting them farther forward??? As long as the sight does not get fuzzy I could move
mine some, if I would gain something by doing it? Thanks for any answers you can give me on this!