Disclosure: I don’t mean this as a proper review as this was broken and missing parts when I received it. The ARMS 40 Std A2 rear sight is an older designed BUIS that is spring loaded to flip up and does not lock. Windage adjustments are .75 MOA. A few years ago now, I received … Read moreOptic of the Week: ARMS 40 Std A2
Ok, I’m phoning it in this week. I found these old HK BUIS I thought I sold long ago, and I found that the old article on them has all the images missing. On the HK416/MR556 and their .308 rifles as well the optics rail is higher than the rail on a standard flat top … Read moreOptic of the week: HK Diopter BUIS
My favorite gun started key-holing last weekend. It is the most distraught I’ve felt in a long time. Like losing an old friend. Extra kick in the nuts was that I just rebuilt the gun as I was upgrading it. After I had issues with my first SBR I decided I’d have another built no … Read moreLooks like the barrel is shot on my favorite AR.
I was supplied a set of Chaos Ready Flip Up sights to try and review. When I saw that they were $27.99 I was pretty doubtful on the quality of them. When the average back up iron sight set costs about $200, I was really curious what $28 would get. I was surprised. These sights are sold … Read moreReview: Chaos Ready Flip Up Iron Sights
One of the good things about gun nuts is that they are more likely to be honest people. Not that there are not plenty of scumbags out there, but a slightly less percentage of those are gun nuts. //— I swear, some times I really hate trying to sell stuff to gun nuts and former … Read moreRant – Selling to Gun People & Former Military
The Matech sights that come from Colt have the Picatinny marking. I have not seen this marking on these sights from other sources. Some time back, I’m not sure when, the U.S. Military adopted the Matech Back Up Iron Sight (BUIS) as the new rear sight for the M16A4 Modular Weapon System and the M4/M4A1 … Read moreOptic of the week: Matech BUIS