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.
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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