I'm a newbie to big game hunting. I bought the Axis XP II chambered in .243. I liked the rifle and so bought the same model 30:06 and 22-250. I found the rifles to be pretty consistent but it's time to upgrade the scopes so that I'll have more confidence in longer range shots. As such, I've invested in Sig's BDX scope and rangefinder combo. My desire is to use this combo across all three calibers. I bought picatinny rails for all three guns and a Burris PEPR quick connect scope mount. My concern is that when I shoulder the rifle the scope is so high that I'm nowhere near my cheek weld. It's closer to my chin - maybe 1-1/2" high. Has anybody else overcome this issue? Will a stock riser make up that much height?