Co-wittness is one of those things that may be slightly more important to one person than another. In essence it means lining up a red dot optic on the same height plane with your iron sights. I do not want to risk a lengthy debate on your question, but that is the general idea.Thanks for the education, gang. It looks like I need to learn some acronyms.
When you have time, would you explain co-witnessing?
Perhaps I should have read up on the subject prior to engaging. But... If you guys don't mind.
One great drawback of a electronic sight like a red dot (which does not magnify at all) is its need for batteries and or solar power.
One of the great things about them is they are single focal plane dependent. (Best explained to me like this, once zeroed, bullet goes where red dot is).