Troy Industries BattleSight Adjustment Tool

Manufactured by Troy Industries
SKU: ST00-ADJ-000T-00
MPN: ST00-ADJ-000T-00
Manufactured by Troy Industries
17 Reviews

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Perfect for your range bag, the Troy Industries BattleSight Adjustment tool is just what you need for changing elevation and windage on Troy front and rear iron sights.
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BrandTroy Industries
Manufacturer.Troy Industries
TypeSight Tool

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Ratings & Reviews

17 reviews


Good product


Not going to tout this is a revolutionary product, Troy always makes quaility products, as far as this goes, I was just tired of using a bullet to sight in the front post ;)



As advertised. Thanks!!Really fast shipping also.

Very pleasant buyi experience.


Buying experience could not have been better. Sales staff was friendl and down to earth with a wealth of knowledge and eager to help in any way they can. LEO friendly.

another fast ship


have not used it yet, i got it based on other reviews, very well made from what i can see.

Troy Sight Tool


It does what its supposed to do. Feels solid and the knurled handle is a nice touch. Made adjusting my sights a breeze.

Troy Industries AR-15 Sight Adjustment Tool


Neat little tool that works extremely well, and way better than some other brands I have used.

Handy as a pocket on a shirt


Never used one. Always used a bullet, nail or a punch/awl to make adjustments.Won't be marring the sight housing with marks and scratches.

Troy sight adjustment tool


Quality-Great Service- Can't be beat!

Sucks you have to buy one


Spend 230$ on sights then have to drop another 9$ on a sight adjustment tool? Works fine but just pissed you have to buy it.

Troy Industries AR front sight tool


This is the best AR front sight tool I've found yet. Other tools were either to short or didn't fit into the detents right, but the Troy works like it's supposed to.