Spike's Tactical Rear Folding Micro Sight, Gen II - Black

Manufactured by Spike's Tactical
SKU: SAS81R1
MPN: SAS81R1
Manufactured by Spike's Tactical
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$112.50

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Details

Details

Spike's Tactical redesigned the most common piece of a rifle on the market today, the rear sight aperture. This new design features a sliding duel peep hole. Use the small peep by moving the slide to the up position. For the large peep, simply move the aperture slide back down. No tools are needed for windage adjustment.
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Specifications

BrandSpike's Tactical
ColorBlack
FinishMatte
Fixed FoldingFolding
IlluminatedNon-Illuminated
Manufacturer.Spike's Tactical
MaterialAluminum
PlatformAR-15/AR-308
PositionRear

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 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.

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This is a great sight. Very low profile & easily deployed/stowed. I love the sliding aperture. You can have it set either way & there’s never a protrusion like you get with folding apertures on most other lo-pro buis. It’s one of those “it’s so simple, why didn’t anyone think of this before?” sort of things. Maybe it does exist elsewhere & I just haven’t seen it. Adjustments are easy. It’s very accurate when paired with the matching front sight. Only thing I don’t like is having their name plastered across the front in white, but that’s easily remedied with a sharpie or paint. Highly recommended. Full disclosure I bought the front/rear set for around $150-160 on sale elsewhere a couple years ago. I probably wouldn’t want to pay much more than that, but I do think these are worth the asking price.