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UTG® ACCU-SYNC® Spring-Loaded AR15 Flip-up Rear Sight

$34.99
SKU:
MNT-957
Availability:
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Description

The UTG® ACCU-SYNC® AR15 Rear Sight is made from machined aircraft aluminum with a matte black finish. The posi-lock push button will activate the spring loaded rear sight into position and prevent the sight tower from collapsing when deployed. No tools are needed to adjust certain features like windage and dual apertures. For mounting, all that's required is your rifle's picatinny rail, and the sight's single locking torx screw in its low profile mounting base. It's also got an integral recoil stop for a secure zero hold and return to zero on MIL-STD-1913 picatinny rails.

 

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