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Combat Rifle Offset Sight Set

MI-CRS-OSS<br>Combat Rifle Offset Sight Set


 
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Our Price: $169.95

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Product Code: MI-CRS-OSS
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Includes:
Combat Rifle Offset Sight Front #MI-CRS-OSF
Combat Rifle Offset Sight Rear #MI-CRS-OSR

MI A2 Front Sight Tool #MI-A2ST

For AR15/M4/M16 Firearms and other continuous rail platforms
Fully ambidextrous, can be installed to the left or the right side of the firearm

MI Combat Rifle Offset Sight- Front
  • Low Profile design doesn't obscure field of view
  • Uses standard A2 front sight post
  • Dual locking detent springs for added reliability and crisp positioning
  • Constructed of ordnance grade phosphate finished steel
  • Hardcoated 6061 aluminum base
  • 1.5 MOA per click adjustments
  • Weight 1.8oz
MI Combat Rifle Offset Sight- Rear
  • Low Profile fits under virtually all ocular scope lenses
  • Intermediate aperture for long-range precision and close-range rapid engagement
  • Dual locking detent springs for added reliability and crisp positioning
  • Constructed of phosphate finished ordnance grade steel
  • Hard coated 6061 aluminum base
  • Rifle .5 MOA / Carbine .65 MOA click adjustments
  • Weight 1.6oz

MI A2 Front Sight Tool
  • Precision machined from stress proof steel.
  • Square notches that engage the sight with a precise fit to give the operator precise sight adjustment.
  • A knurled non slip handle with a lanyard hole for a lifetime of convenient operation

100% Made in the U.S.A.

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Excellent BUIS January 30, 2019
Reviewer: Chris from Bellevue, WA United States  
Sights are the usual high quality Midwest Industries is known for.   There are cleverly machined angles to ensure consistent alignment, tolerances are tight, and finish is perfect.

The design is simple, robust, and effective.  I chose offset sights because sometimes I just enjoy shooting with irons, and I don't like having to look through or remove the optic to do so.  If the optic is only temporarily unusable (foggy or muddy), or permanently broken when I don't have the tools to remove it, it's comforting to know that the irons are ready and usable.

The sights fold back parallel to the barrel, where a firm detent holds them in place.  They can be folded further back, until they touch the rifle, if you want.  They're quite low-profile when folded back, though, so that's unlikely to be a problem even at parallel.

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