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Flip Up 45 Degree Offset Ironsights - Command Elite Hobbies
Flip Up 45 Degree Offset Ironsights - Command Elite Hobbies
Flip Up 45 Degree Offset Ironsights - Command Elite Hobbies

    Flip Up 45 Degree Offset Ironsights

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      • Dimensions:
          width: 33mm
          Length: 25mm (upright position)
          Rear sight: 41mm (upright) 25mm (folded),
          Front sight: 42mm (upright) 22mm (folded)
          measured from rail
      • Machined from lightweight, extremely durable 7075 aluminum, Mil-Spec hard anodized
      • Same height above bore as standard-issue M4 / M16A4 sights
      • 1/2 MOA elevation and windage adjustments
      • Easy transition between the upright and folded positions, secured with a click mechanism
      • Easy to install
      • Non-rust hard anodized finish
      • Compatible with most Picatinny / Weaver rails
      • Ambidextrous sights easily and securely mount to Picatinny rails using a flathead screwdriver
      • Low-profile sights extend only .2
      • For AR-15 / M16 type rifles, optical sights provide superior performance at longer ranges, but iron sights can be more effective for close-range engagements. However, attaching an optical sight either prevents the use of iron sights or results in a setup that produces a front sight "shadow" on the optical image, and/or results in problematic transitions from optical to backup iron sights. Not anymore. SNIPER Rapid Transition Sights (RTS) provide shooters with the quickest possible transition between longer- and closer-range target acquisition, greatly increasing their efficiency and effectiveness in battle and competition. Designed by SNIPER and a top 3-Gun shooter these sights mount directly to a weapon's Picatinny rail, offset from center by approximately 45°. This unique offset position makes transitioning from optical to iron sights simply a matter of quickly canting the weapon with your wrists and locking on to the target. There's no removing a hand from the weapon or making a manual adjustment, and no cluttered field of vision or iron sights blocking the optical sight. Just smooth, quick transitions that could mean the difference between winning or losing a competition, or more importantly a gunfight.