anyone taken the time to figure out exactly how much of an increase (how many clicks) it takes, on the front sight, to accomodate a rise in the rear sight?
so, for example, mcarbo says their folding rear is .08" taller than stock (though i wonder what the heck this means…yeah, i’ve called etc but no answer…and guys here have been kind enough to explain and illustrate the different (original gen2 vs revised, and other types) heights of the sight picture or at least aperture, to get a good idea of what’s involved.
anyone, has anyone done the math to say that , for instance, .10" rise in the rear = x many clicks of the front? is it as simple as using the MOA of the front clicks /elevation at distance, to equal the rise in the rear? i’m thinking yes?
why? i’m curious if i’m going to run out of elevation adjustment on my front when i install the ‘revised’ gen2 KT rear. (yeah, i know, trial and error, but i wanted to broadly avoid finding out at the range).
Postscript: the more i think about it, no, it’s not as simple as inferring from the MOA per click; not