Troy Industries Micro BattleSight Set - Di-Optic Aperture Rear / M4 Front - Black

Manufactured by Troy Industries
SKU: SSIG-MCM-SSBT-00
MPN: SSIGMCMSSBT00
Manufactured by Troy Industries
7 Reviews
$179.99

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Details

Details

Just as rugged as standard height Troy BattleSights, this low-profile sight system has been designed specifically for firearms with top rails higher than the standard M4/M16. For shooters who prefer a sightline as close to bore as possible, or for those with raised top rail systems, the Troy Micro BattleSights provide an ideal solution.

These Micro BattleSights are perfectly suited for service on rifles such as the IAR, Sig Sauer 556, POF 416, FN SCAR, Robinson Armament XCR, Heckler & Koch 416 / 417, or any other weapon with raised top rail.

This sight combines the familiar Y-shaped front sight, found on the M4/M16 family of rifles, with Troy's Di-Optic Aperture rear sight. The snag-free design also features a glare killing serrated ramp.

Features:
  • 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum with stainless steel components
  • Quick install
  • Easy to adjust
  • M4 style front sight
  • Di-Optic rear sight
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Specifications

BrandTroy Industries
ColorBlack
FinishHardcoat Anodized
Fixed FoldingFolding
IlluminatedNon-Illuminated
Manufacturer.Troy Industries
MaterialAluminum - 6061-T6
PositionSet

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

4.4

High quality product, great price, easy to use.

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Primary Arms offers high quality products at reasonable prices. Ordered the Troy Micro Set Sights and order processing was completed in one day. Product is compact, very sturdy, effective and light weight at 1.15oz for the front sight and 1.69oz for the rear sight. I am a brand new customer of Primary Arms, and given their quality products and great prices, I will definitely be making future purchases with them first before buying elsewhere.

Troy microsites

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Sites are great so far. Constructed very well

product guality

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The poducts i have purchased at this site are Quality and shipping is free for suome hi end stuff.So ya keep this site in business amd trick out your AR-15s Happy shopping.

Troy DOA Micro Battlesights

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The sights from Troy are top of the line. On my Sig rifle they are a perfect match. The price that Primary Arms had them for could not be beat. I would recommend these to anyone with a raised receiver or for a very low profile.

product guality

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The poducts i have purchased at this site are Quality and shipping is free for suome hi end stuff.So ya keep this site in business amd trick out your AR-15s Happy shopping.

Sights

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I like the sights a lot, good buy i had to wait three days but it was well worth it. i saved myself almost $40.00 buying from Primary Arms. I will look forward to feature purchases.

Great sites, but I'd make a few changes to the rear sight.

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Great quality sights, but I have a few things I'd change.
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<br>First off, you can only fold the rear sight down when the larger aperture is selected; when the smaller one is being used, the larger one protrudes out enough to prevent the sight from folding down flush. I think that it wouldn't be too hard for them to have designed the rear sight to avoid this issue; there are other sights on the market with a very similar design without this problem.
<br>On the larger aperture, the surrounds are somewhat thin, making them fade away when you are focused on the front sight. It doesn't seem to be a huge problem, but I feel that there would be a benefit with a thicker surround.
<br>The rear sight sits on a threaded bar, to adjust for windage. When you switch between the small/large aperture, it moves ever so slightly on that thread, shifting the zero. It's a tiny shift, but technically you cannot have it perfectly zeroed for both apertures, which is a shame. Other sights have this problem too.