Home > Gun Type > AR-15 Products > Front Sights >

MI-PEQ15-FS
PEQ15 Fixed Front Sight

MI-PEQ15-FS<br>PEQ15 Fixed Front Sight


 
Alternative Views:


Our Price: $124.95

Stock Status:In Stock

Product Code: MI-PEQ15-FS


Add Rear Sight:
MI-CBUIS Combat Rifle Rear Fixed Sight [Add $59.95]
MI-CRS-R Combat Rifle Rear Flip Sight [Add $69.95]

Qty:  
 
For AR15/M4/M16 Rifles and other continuous top rail platforms

  • Designed to work with Peq15 and Peq15 Commercial sights
  • Only takes up one rail slot
  • Mil-Spec "F-Marked" Sight Height
  • M4 Sight Picture
  • Includes Steel A2 Front Sight Post Tool
  • Uses Standard A2 Front Sight Post
  • Compatible With Aftermarket Night/High-Vis Front Sight Posts
  • Has machined in recoil lug
  • Steel clamp screw threads into stainless steel helicoil for maximum strength
  • Billet Machined From T6 6061 Aluminum
  • Type 3 Hard Coat Anodized
  • 1.5 MOA per click adjustments
  • Weight 1.1oz



Developed in cooperation with Defense Solutions Group, Inc. for a customer requirement. Currently available for Retail sale.

Sold exclusively at DSG Arms and Midwest Industries Inc.

For Agency, Government and Re-seller inquiries contact sales@dsgarms.com https://dsgarms.com


100% Made in the U.S.A.

MI Lifetime Warranty

TORQUE CLAMP SCREW TO 35 INCH/POUNDS


Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
PEQ-15 Fixed FS July 24, 2019
Reviewer: Diz from Waxhaw, NC United States  
The PEQ-15 FFS is GTG.  It fits right in with the PEQ-15, as advertised.  Just clears lasers and illum, even with filters on.  Fits on last slot on my MI rail, with PEQ-15 gripped up right behind it, with illum sitting flush with rail, so I wouldn't want it any farther forward anyways.  So yeah, MI did their homework on this one and got it right.  I've paired it with a MI folding rear sight, and they both line up nicely for a lower 1/3 co-witness through my EOTech RDS.  I like the std FS post, which uses a regular FS tool.  And these sights are std "F" height, unlike some others.  Both locked up tight to the rail, zero'd quickly, and stayed put.  So yeah if you have a SBR, want the LAM as far forward as possible, but still have back irons, with a decent sight radius, this is a really good solution.  BTW fixed FS isn't distracting at all.  After a few reps it disappeared.  And makes a nice bump guard for LAM.

Was this review helpful to you?