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New to red dots on a handgun.

Looking at these for $70 each.
What do these give me over the free plate I get from Walther?
What rationalizes/justifies the extra $70? (for a plate with the same pattern as one from Walther)?
Is there a performance advantage that a shooter will notice?

Thanks for any replies/perspective.
 

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Gives you the ability to co-witness. On my Q5SF, using an RMR means you lose the rear sight. The C&H plates allow the use of both.

Walther also sells a co-witness plate, but I was told they were recalled for something and I would have to wait until they fix whatever problems they were reporting with them.
 

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Gives you the ability to co-witness. On my Q5SF, using an RMR means you lose the rear sight. The C&H plates allow the use of both.

Walther also sells a co-witness plate, but I was told they were recalled for something and I would have to wait until they fix whatever problems they were reporting with them.
Thanks!
 
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