That’s what Kyle Defoor recommends, anyway:
The version on Instagram labels the gear clockwise from the light: Streamlight LLC (light), Aimpoint USA (micro red-dot), Bobro Engineering (QD sight mount), Bravo Company USA (the gun, grip, rail, etc.), and Arisaka Defense (the light mount). Kyle adds:
Lo vis carbine classes makes everyone appreciate 20 rd mags, Aimpoint Micros and of course shorty barrels.
Rail system is KMR, barrel is an 11½” 1/7 barrel from BCM, running a Gemtech suppressor.
Here’s his trick for running several optics and several guns whilst holding zero.
My RDS and LPV share the same rail slot on all my carbines and each optic is marked for what it’s zeroed to. This makes for ease of travel when doing multiple courses where customers use different optics and for quickly grabbing whichever I need at the time and knowing its solid. It’s also a great option for owning only one carbine and getting the most out of it.
If you’re not reading his Instagram feed, you should probably consider it.