VENOM TACTICAL EXCLUSIVE AR15 AR 15 Front and Rear 45 Degree Rapid Transition BUIS Backup Iron Sight

Black Ops Tactical AR15 Front and Rear 45 Degree Rapid Transition BUIS Backup Iron Sight

Black Ops Tactical AR15 Front and Rear 45 Degree Rapid Transition BUIS Backup Iron Sight Rating:
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Product Description

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. 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. 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.

Details

  • Machined from lightweight, extremely durable, 7075 aluminum, Mil-Spec hard anodized
  • Same height above bore as standard-issue M4 / M16A4 sights
  • ½ MOA elevation and windage adjustments
  • Ambidextrous sights easily and securely mount to Picatinny rails using a flathead screwdriver
  • Low-profile sights extend only .2" above top rail, don't interfere with primary optics or military IR illuminator /laser sight