OfficerStore has announced a partnership with WM Tactical, a Montgomeryville, PA-based weapon-accessory supplier and creator of the TUOR: a multi-axis, back-up sight with patent-pending rotation action.
The co-founders of WM Tactical, avid shooting enthusiasts Chris Brucker and Luke Ngo, recognized a flaw in the market that forced the consumer to buy either traditional, vertical back-up sights or offset sights. Their solution: Offer the consumer the option to use the sights both ways, which led to the creation of the TUOR. Now instead of using three sets of back-up sights, shooters only need the TUOR, according to the company.
Brucker serves as lead mechanical engineer for WM Industries' parent organization, WM Robots, and Ngo is WM Tactical's product development director as well as the production manager for WM Industries. OfficerStore expressed interest in the versatility and convenience that the TUOR offered to its loyal, law enforcement customer base and was eager and excited to form the partnership.
"The TUOR Back-Up Sights are a unique, quality product designed and produced by a local manufacturer," according to OfficerStore Merchandising Specialist Mac Brostrom. "They can be rotated to the left or right and still maintain their ability to flip up and down while working alone or in conjunction with an optic."
With the TUOR, shooters have the option of having a traditional vertical sight, which allows them to engage a close target with magnified optics by simply flipping the sights over. Moreover, should the magnified optic get damaged, the shooter can discard it without having to be forced to run the rifle canted.
"We think the TUOR Back-Up Sights will offer solutions to common sighting issues that many of our customers are experiencing," Brostrom said.
The WM Tactical TUOR Multi-Axis, Back-up Iron Sights are available in two different options: the MK I and the MK II. Each of the options has different sight dimensions, features, specs, and prices. You can find more information and order yours at OfficerStore.com.