The XS CSAT Combat Sight eliminates the guesswork shooters face when trying to accurately engage targets in close quarters with the aperture sight commonly used on AR-style rifles.
When engaging up-close targets with open sights on AR/M4 rifles, guessing and holding high has been the standard procedure. This is because the height of the sights above the barrel causes bullets to impact as much as 2.5 inches below point of aim at close quarter engagement distances. The XS CSAT Combat Sight incorporates a square notch above the aperture. The square notch allows you to hold dead-on when the threat is only feet away and the aperture permits accurate shooting at extended ranges.
According to Richard Mann, Contributing Editor of NRA's Shooting Illustrated magazine, "The XS CSAT Combat Sight is an effective, simple and practical solution to a very real tactical problem."
The CSAT Combat Sight was designed by Master Sergeant (Retired) Paul Howe. Howe is the lead instructor for Combat Shooting and Tactics (CSAT), and the senior manager with Triple Canopy Law Enforcement Training. Howe spent 10 years with U.S. military special operations as an assault team leader, sniper and senior instructor.