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DoubleStar Introduces Mini Back-Up Iron Sights

December 08, 2010  | 


DoubleStar's DS412 flip-up front sight. Image courtesy of DoubleStar.

DoubleStar Corp. has introduced a pair of front and rear flip-up iron sights as a back-up sighting option for rifles, according to the company.

The DSC flip-up rear sight (DS401) arrives with traction checkering for rapid deployment of sight. This sight can be brought to the extended position with one hand and locks securely in place. Windage adjustment is easily done with an A1 sight tool or the tip of a bullet.

The DSC flip-up rear sight is CNC machined from aircraft-grade aluminum billet with a flat black hard-coat anodized finish and retails for $99.99.

The DSC flip-up front sight (DS412) installs on a patrol rifle's railed gas block and positions the sight post at the same height as a factory fixed sight. It has traction checkering for rapid deployment of sight. The sight can be quickly brought into battery position using one hand. Elevation adjustment is done with a standard A2 sight tool.

The DSC flip-up front sight is CNC machined from aircraft-grade aluminum billet with a flat black hard-coat anodized finish and retails for $99.99. Note: It's not intended to be used on a railed handguard.

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