Reply To: Scope height on Bobcat MK2?
I don’t think it’s much of a deficiency exactly. As long as you have a scope that could tolerate the MOA adjustments at close ranges, there isn’t much you have to give up for high scope heights. After all, high scope rings are readily available, and they are designed for just this reason.
Take a look at this Steyr AUG, a classic bullpup firearm, look at how high the scope is mounted: