But in my experience, sighting through a straight-through like a Telrad is never comfortable. I tried risers for the Telrad. It doesn't matter. In my opinion the best solution is to limit the time you look through the Telrad. I only use my Telrad for the initial quick pointing in the neighborhood of an object. Then I immediately switch to a RACI finder for star hopping to the location of the object. Problem solved.
It’s all in how you define comfort. The Telrad on the 10” on its riser and even the 16” was a pain literally. I mean as in neck seizing up in excruciating pain. However, adding a 4” Telrad riser on both made all the difference. No more pain. My definition of comfort.
Edited by Napp, 27 August 2019 - 08:28 PM.