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M-LOK® Compatible Manual Folding Sight Package
    M-LOK® Compatible Manual Folding Sight Package
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    • SKU: 02-00053-01
      M-LOK® Compatible Manual Folding Sight Package

    • $195.00

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    Samson M-LOK® Compatible Manual Folding Sights are the most robust Back Up Iron Sights (BUIS) on the market. The front sight bases use the military standard A2 front sight post and will accept all aftermarket front sight post replacements with Mil-spec dimensions. The rear sight bases use the Mil-spec A2 aperture. Sights lock in the upright position. The durable construction and solid mounting system guarantee that, once installed, your sights stay zeroed.

    Features:   
    • M-LOK® compatible
    • For use as a 45-degree offset sight
    • Manually deploy
    • Stainless steel clamp
    • Locks in the upright position
    • A2 front sight post and aperture
    Specifications:
    • Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
    • Finish: Type III Mil-spec hard coat anodized
    • Length: 1.3"
    • Height: 2.2"
    • Weight (Front): 1.6 oz.
    • Weight (Back): 1.7 oz.

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    Much better than top-rail
    5 out of 5
    hitemlow
    Location: Kentucky
    Date: December 2, 2020
    It's surprising how much cleaner a build looks with only a scope on the top rail. And with that cleanliness comes reduced snagging opportunities for your sling or other things that might give you a yank. It also allows better scope placement as you don't have to go with a scout mount to put typical top rail BUIS on the ends of your optic rail, nor go with a high scope mount in order to slip a canted iron under the scope itself. Especially useful if the rail has a missing segment of top rail for a better C-grip, just make sure you have actual M-LOK slots on the 45 offset (some companies only put them on the 90s) for the best results. I personally use the MW8 handguard, and it's wonderful to have an M-LOK slot so far back for an excellent sight radius. When I told my coworker what I had bought, he was very much triggered by the idea of not using the optic rail, as that was "the most accurate place on the handguard", as thought a handguard would flex on the M-LOK slots but not the optic rail. Fortunately he changed his tune once he saw them installed. No play in the slot once installed, and they hold zero well from what little shooting I have done in a time of ridiculous ammo prices. We were consistently ringing steel out to 250 yards with these. Maybe not as often as with the scope, but I attribute that more to user error than anything. I slipped some Trijicon tritium sight posts in to make night sights and they work well, being able to take a standard part size.
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