co-witness

co-witness

(kō′wit′nĕs)
One who corroborates, amplifies, or sometimes confuses the history provided by the patient.
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Weighing 4 ounces, it is 2.5 inches long, 1.125 wide, mounts on any mil-spec Picatinny rail and comes with both a flush-mount and a higher mount to co-witness with iron sights.
The railed block makes it easy to co-witness the two, which is a helpful alternative.
In a procedure typical of those used in the co-witness literature, Gabbert, Memon, and Allan (2003) had pairs of participants view videos of the same incident, but from different perspectives.
When we love each other, bread becomes a co-witness to us that Christ is present.
It also fits on any Aim-point riser or mount, so you can get it up to 1/3 witness or co-witness with a plethora of mounts available.
The elevation-adjustable, flip-up front sight and dual aperture flip-up rear sight can be folded down or utilized to co-witness with optics.
They co-witness with the factory-installed Trijicon RMR reflex sight.
However, the Glock's sights are too low to co-witness through this particular sight (and perhaps any red dot sight), so if you want to co-witness, you'll have to replace the stock sights with aftermarket models.
Yes, you read that right, a flattop mount that will fit the Hi-Lux (or the Aimpoint Micro) with a 1/3 co-witness for only $29.
Includes an altimeter to co-witness your shortness of breath; built-in barometer for incoming weather; and a nice digital compass to verify your heading.
This mount does not offer co-witness with any AR-15-style iron sights, but will provide a lower-profile setup for those using the mount on shotguns, AK-47s, submachine guns, belt-fed weapon systems, etc.
The EXPS features an integrated throw-lever mount (including riser) and positions the reticle at the lower-third co-witness height for a more heads-up shooting style.