Midwest Industries Same Plane Low Profile Rear Sight - Black
The Same Plane Low Profile Rear Sight is constructed of high quality 6061 aluminum, hardcoat anodized for a lifetime of service. The rear sight folds from the rear and locks in the raised position using a ball bearing pivot detent. A micro style windage knob features the same .49 MOA as on M16 rifles (.65 MOA on M4 rifles).
- Folded height: .4375”
- Low profile dual aperture design
- Ball bearing pivot detent
- 6061 aluminum
- Hardcoat anodized
- Folds to rear
- Weight: 1.3 oz
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
Great Service and best prices
Very fast shipping. Best prices. And the sights work as advertised.
A little lose.
Locks down tight. Wiggles a little fore and aft in the upright position. I had to adjust waaaay to the left for a 50 yard zero. Positive clicks, mounts to flat top rock solid.
by Roger Perez
mounted these low profile flip up sights on my midwest industries 12" SS gen 2 rail and wow. they are really low pro, the lock in the up position and the ball bearing is a smooth operation when flipping up the sight. not spring loaded like alot of others which wear out really fast. I am pleased and you should buy this sight.
by Zachary Coleman
Sturdy BUIS. Mounted securely to the receiver and works lie a champ. The Sight when up is tightly locked and has a very low profile when down. The only drawback to this sight (and is not the fault of Primary Arms or Midwest Industries) is that when the Sight is flipped up, I look through the very bottom of my EO Tech. However as this is a Backup, if I were ever in an emergency situation I could still shoot with the EO Tech in place or twist a set screw and dump the primary in case of failure. Would recommend this BUIS to anybody!!
This MI buis is just what I wanted! After researching for a few weeks on BUIS, I narrowed it down to Troy or MI based on reviews of others and the solid metal construction of the piece. You can not go wrong with a MI buis!