Nov 27, 2018 - 03:55 PM
It all depends on where you can get a good fit and also where you are comfortable looking through it and locating the dot. Since it is a reflex sight, you have unlimited eye relief so you don't need it mounted next to the eyebell of the primary optic. You can pick up a small 45 degree offset mount with a very small footprint. You should probably mount it to whatever your primary optic is mounted to, which i assume you have a picatinny rail on there. You should have plenty of room to mount the small footprint offset 45' rail to the same rail your primary optic is mounted on. And if you are using the 1-8x24, you have a max of 30mm tube at the objective lens, leaving plenty of room to mount the Kingslayer next to the scope in front of (towards the muzzle) the turrets.