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My setup: KEL-TEC Sub 2000 40 S&W Glock
Beretac Optic Sight Red Dot Reflex sight with 4 different position Reticle and Quick Release Base http://a.co/9c7b2Uk
Offset Monstrum Tactical 3-9x40 Rifle Scope with Illuminated Range Finder Reticle http://a.co/7UG1Zmu
Magpul Industries M-LOK Offset Light/Optic Mount http://a.co/jkj9Q74
GVN Tactical Ergonomic Forward Grip VTS PTK Rail-Sling-Attachment http://a.co/dwQhZeX
2x 15 round Glock factory magazines 1x 31 round SMG magazine
Alumalite custom convex Muzzle Brake for 40mm ( Tribal FP Super HALO 36 Port )*http://m.ebay.com/itm/172322920030?_mwBanner=1


I have the Reflex co witnessed with the factory iron sights in green cross. I find the green cross helps me focus passed the sight with both eyes open finding my targets faster. The Magpul mount is 30 degrees offset from the top rail and mounts to the right most rear M-Lok. I am considering ordering the reinforcement for the forward to sure up the stability of this setup but it is not because of any issues. I considered a low profile weaver offset that would allow the weapon to still fold but the M-Lok setup allows the scope to be mounted more rear therefore allowing the correct [closer to correct] eye relief. With both the sight and scope mounted the balance is still very centered although I have noticed that I pull slightly when using the sight, probably because of the extra weight on the right side. I look forward to reading your posts and comments.
 

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a scope and a red dot- havent seen that before. Nice that they are quick release. How you like that muzzle brake? Shot it yet?

edit: your link shows a brake with 5/8 24 threads?? wrong link or using an adapter?
 

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I see a scope and a red dot fairly often on 3 gun ARs, not so much on Sub2000s. Usually they're the other way around too (scope on top, offset red dot).

I wonder how effective the brake is. In my experience they need a fair amount of pressure to operate, which a 16" barrel .40S&W doesn't really have.
 
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