Rugged and ready iron sights with classic A2 apertures.
What more could you ask for? You'll find no plastic here. No buttons and levers. No weird "sight hood" stuff. Just the iron sight apertures you probably learned to shoot through, with solid mounts and standard windage and elevation adjustments. Daniel Defense, Troy, and Samson provide robust sights that are battle-ready.
This is something a lot of sight makers overlook: A good set of fixed irons provides a typical co-witness height, allowing for easy aiming through an attached red dot or optic. Many optics use standard heights and risers meant to interface with the "mil-spec" A2 front and rear sight height over bore. The fixed iron sights we sell all provide this appropriate co-witness height, ensuring your optics and red dots interface properly with your irons for a clear sight picture.
A good set of irons provides large and small sight apertures, providing clearer sight pictures high and low light conditions and, more importantly, better aim when sighted for close-quarters or long-distance shooting. Our fixed iron sight options utilize spring-assist dual sight apertures.
We keep it simple, here. All fixed irons you see are shipped with standard 1913/Picatinny rail attachment bases. Torque 'em easily with a flathead screwdriver or appropriate Allen key or socket, and you're ready to zero in and send rounds downrange.
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