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GG&G GGG-1393 T-6 Aluminum Picatinny Spring Actuated Style Flip-up Front Sight

Item# SPM8931261229 | Model# GGG-1393 | Added on November 14, 2017 |
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GG&G GGG-1393 T-6 Aluminum Picatinny Spring Actuated Style Flip-up Front Sight
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The GG&G Spring Actuated Flip Up Front Sight for tactical forearms is the latest evolution of front sights. Although specifically designed to provide the correct sight height when mounted on tactical forearm, this sight can also be installed on rails that are at the same height as the upper receiver (high profile . GG&G lightened it and, in the process, developed less expensive method to CNC machine the components so that they could offer better price. With just push of button, the front sight can quickly be deployed on target. The sight not only springs into an on-target position with just the push of the actuator button, but it also locks solidly into the upright on-target position. Another push of the button and the lock is released, allowing you to set the sight back into the locked, down position. The spring sight cannot be folded down without depressing the actuator button located on the left side of the sight base. This totally eliminates the possibility of accidentally lowering the sight during tactical situation. With the actuator button located on the left side, it can be easily operated with the off hand, leaving the fire control hand in the proper position. Rail mount is easily installed with an allen wrench. In order to insure flexibility, standard military sight components are used in this combat ready sight. All models of the GG&G Spring Actuated Flip Up Front Sight are manufactured from 6061 T6 aluminum and are bead blasted and hard coat anodized ... read more
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