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  • Samson Fixed Rear Sight (A2) Samson Fixed Rear Sight (A2) 2

    Samson Fixed Rear Sight (A2)

    Durable, lightweight, classic H&K-type iron sight. The Samson Fixed Rear Sight is arguably an improvement when compared to the USGI rear post. And yet, the A2-type rear sights off most M16s and M4s can't be beat. So, why not pair them up? That's...

    $59.99
  • Samson Fixed Front Sight (HK) Samson Fixed Front Sight (HK) 2

    Samson Fixed Front Sight (HK)

    Durable, lightweight, classic H&K-type iron sight. The Samson Fixed Front Sight is arguably an improvement when compared to the USGI front post. And yet, the A2-type front sights off most M16s and M4s can't be beat. So, why not pair them up? That's...

    $52.99
  • Daniel Defense A1.5® Fixed Rear Sight (Rock & Lock) Daniel Defense A1.5® Fixed Rear Sight (Rock & Lock) 2 Daniel Defense A1.5® Fixed Rear Sight (Rock & Lock) 3

    Daniel Defense A1.5® Fixed Rear Sight (Rock & Lock)

    Daniel Defense's A-15 Iron Sight Set completely duplicates the look and feel of the original M16A1's click-adjust sights. Except Daniel Defense made sure to enhance the adjustments and overall construction, decreasing the size without sacrificing...

    $89.99
  • Troy Industries Rear Fixed BattleSight Troy Industries Rear Fixed BattleSight 2

    Troy Industries Rear Fixed BattleSight

    Dead accurate and durable without the usual bulk. Your rear iron sight doesn't need to look like a huge block of metal. That's why Troy Industries introduced their slim Fixed Rear Battlesight. It's machined from aluminum with stainless fasteners, and yet...

    $58.99
  • Troy Industries Front Fixed BattleSight (M4 style)

    Troy Industries Front Fixed BattleSight (M4 style)

    The classic A2 front sight post, without all the weight and metal. The A2 front sight post is respected by most marksmen for a reason: Over the decades its design has proven easy to use for accurate shooting at any distance, with easy adjustments and a...

    $52.99
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Complete your build with quality rifle iron sights.

New AR builders often forget to grab a decent pair of iron sights. Make sure your new upper or finished build is ready to zero. We've got quality, forged and billet aluminum front and rear iron sights for your AR-15. Want a classic but upgraded "mil-spec" setup? Check out Daniel Defense's A1.5 Rock & Lock Sights. Want to keep your upper sleek and minimal? Consider Troy's Fixed Front Battle Sight.

Picatinny Iron Sights

All available iron sights use the standard Picatinny / 1913 rail system, ensuring compatibility with our available uppers and AR build kits. Have an existing M-LOK rail and want to install some Picatinny irons? Grab one of our convenient rail adapters here.


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