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Advanced design, superior sighting and battle-ready toughness define Troy Industries’ Di-Optic Aperture (DOA) Folding Rear BattleSight. Now acailable with Tritium, a form of hydrogen that emits its own light source, ideal for any low-light shooting situation.
These sights provide lightning fast target acquisition and are manufactured to exceed military specs. The optically engineered apertures center your eyes instantly and effortlessly providing a clearer target picture than with round apertures.
The sights feature two settings, one for up to 300 meters and a second for up to 500 meters. This versatility makes the DOA ideal for military, law enforcement and home defense applications. These advanced sights have been extensively field-tested and, like all Troy Industries products, are Battle Ready.
Note: Sight is designed to work on same plane rail systems only. Will not work with a railed gas block that is higher or lower than the receiver.
•Faster target acquisition with Di-Optic Aperture
•Increases accuracy to 550m
•Quick install, easy adjust
•0.460″ profile when folded
•Protected adjustment wheel
•Dual same plane aperture .50 MOA per click
•Aircraft aluminum 6061 & stainless steel
•Type III hard coat w/ black oxide or Flat Dark Earth finish
LAZY EYED SNIPER said:Nothing wrong with the GG&G, but for my money I'd pay the ten more bucks and go with the Troy Industries BUIS. Their Tritium models come in the usual round dual aperture peep sight variety, and also this ...
Rear Folding Di-Optic Tritium BattleSight: msrp $165