Ultradyne C4 Dynamount Flip-Up Barrel Mounted Front Sight AR-15 1/2"-28 Thread Steel Nitride and Aluminum

  • Product #: 140025
  • Manufacturer #: UD10520
  • UPC #: 851019008125
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Product Overview

Most of the time, shooters mount front sight on the picatinny rail of a free-float handguard. By definition, a free-float handguard doesn't move with the barrel. This means that when that handguard moves, the sights do to. Even properly-installed handguards move, whether it's from the weight of the firearm, a strong grip, or impact. Especially at the end, farthest from the point of attachment, and where most users mount sights. A small amount of movement can make a big difference in point of aim. Movement as little as 0.01 inches at the handguard means almost 2" at 100 yards. The solution is the Ultradyne C4 Dynamount barrel-mounted sights for consistent aim, every time! 

 

Notes:

Designed for use in conjunction with a 1/2"-28 Thread Muzzle Device such as the Ultradyne Athena Linea Compensator.

Features

  • Purely Concentric Sight Picture
  • Maximum Flexibility
  • Windage-Adjustable for Zeroing
  • Tool-Less Elevation Adjustment
  • Indexable to 45 Degrees for Offset Use
  • Includes 10 MOA Dynalign Aperture and Front Post
  • CNC Machined Aluminum

Made In United States of America

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