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Mine originated as a "loaded", but I had the stock bedded and my trigger worked on. The "loaded" model is definitely sub MOA capable.
 

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How's your cheek weld with that set up? Does the sadlak mount keep everything low enough where you can keep your cheek on the stock? I was thinking about scoping my scout in a similar fashion, but after shooting my buddy's scout with an eotech on the forward rail I found myself lifting my head up in order to look through the sight. I assumed any optic configuration would result in me having to lift my head or get a cheek riser.
 

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How's your cheek weld with that set up? Does the sadlak mount keep everything low enough where you can keep your cheek on the stock? I was thinking about scoping my scout in a similar fashion, but after shooting my buddy's scout with an eotech on the forward rail I found myself lifting my head up in order to look through the sight. I assumed any optic configuration would result in me having to lift my head or get a cheek riser.

Even with a low mount and optic you'll still be shooting with a chin weld. I've messed around with scouts outfitted with a scout style scope and it isn't much of an improvement. If you go with the scout optic it doesn't hurt to get a cheap strap on cheek rest. Makes your shooting experience a lot for comfortable, therefor, funner.
 

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I have not had it to the range yet as the scope just arrived a few hours ago, but, it appears to allow for a decent cheek weld.
 

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Even with a low mount and optic you'll still be shooting with a chin weld. I've messed around with scouts outfitted with a scout style scope and it isn't much of an improvement. If you go with the scout optic it doesn't hurt to get a cheap strap on cheek rest. Makes your shooting experience a lot for comfortable, therefor, funner.
That's what I thought. Thanks for the input.

I have not had it to the range yet as the scope just arrived a few hours ago, but, it appears to allow for a decent cheek weld.
Looking forward to the range report.
 

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Hopefully this weekend!

Next I want to add a sadlak front rail and an LT706 bipod...
 
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