Taking my cue from Patiot2980 with his red dot mounted on the ATI's forward barrel cover, I thought I'd try to set up my 995 so I could use both my irons and my red dot. Since this was just a trial run, I kept it cheap by buying a 6" piece of pre-drilled polymer rail. I probably should have taken a pic of the sight picture with this set up, but I'm an idiot some times. The positioning of the scope and the irons was decent and provided a typical lower 1/3 co-witness. I thought I'd like it, but I didn't. The lenses on the Simmons red dot are tinted blue, and the small aperture on the factory Hi-Point sights is a bit too small to allow enough light through for it to really give me the sight picture I wanted. I thought about opening up the aperture a bit to make it more of a ghost ring than a peep sight, but then decided that I hated the look of it (the irons really fugg-up the lines of the ATI stock) and that I'd just mount the red dot on the receiver cover like a normal guy. So now that I've decided to abandon the forward-mounted-scope + iron sight thing, I'm left with several holes in the top cover of the ATI stock. So I decided to keep the rail up there to cover them up. I guess I'll eventually cover the length of it with a longer rail, but for now, this works. Oh yeah - the rail I have on there now? It's mounted slightly crooked. Have I mentioned I'm an idiot? Man, with my drilling holes in a perfectly good aftermarket stock and Farmkid futzing up a perfectly good aftermarket trigger, y'all are getting some great lessons in what not to do tonight.