GG&G Spring Actuated A2 Back Up Iron Sight 1005SA

Item Code: 1005SA
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  • Weight: 1.8 oz
  • Easily Installs Onto MIL-STD-1913 Dovetail Rail
  • All Edges Have Been Deburred And Softened To Protect The Shooter
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    The Spring Actuated A2 Back Up Iron Sight are a great option to back-up or cowitness with optics. This sight comes either as a standard flip-up with a locking detent or as a spring-actuated flip-up with locking detent. The detent release is located on the left hand side so the off hand has quick and easy access to let the sight down.


    • Easily installs onto Mil-Std-1913 dovetail rail
    • Sight presents a low profile when in the down position, allowing clearance for most optics
    • Solid squeeze rail attachment mechanism with counter sunk crossbolt to eliminate snags
    • Sight has full windage adjustment with a tactile windage knob and windage screw
    • Initial elevation zero on the sight is set by adjusting the weapons front sight post
    • A2 spring actuated back up iron sight is compatible with all GG&G Flip Up Front Sights
    • All edges have been deburred and softened to protect the shooter
    • Can be used as a stand-alone sight, in conjunction with GG&G interface rails, or as a true center co-witness iron sight with most red dot optics
    • SA A2 black up iron sight cannot be folded down without depressing the actuator button located on the left side of the sight base, eliminating the possibility of accidentally lowering the sight
    • Windage knob click provides approximately 0.48 MOA change when mounted on the 20" AR-15 rifle and about 0.65 MOA on the 14.5" M4 carbine
    • Include requesting a Trijicon green tritium aperture, factory installed for you


    • Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum
    • Finish: Hard Coat Anodized Non-Reflective Black
    • Weight: 1.8 oz.
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