Posted: 10/10/2008 5:39:22 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/10/2008 7:17:58 AM EDT by BumpFireNHaveMoreFun]
I'm using a Samson flip up front mounted on a railed gas block. I need help deciding between my two choices for the rear. Both claim to have .50 MOA adjustment at 100 yds. And they both sell for about $140
-true flip up type (spring loaded)
-has notch type sight for close quarters
-while low profile it's still taller than the Troy
-not sure it even has a 200-300m aperture (it has to right?)
-requires a taller front sight post
-I have one on my M&P15T and I like it
-Seems more durable
-A little more difficult to adjust windage
-On mine the action feels a little "Sticky"
What say all of you?
EDIT: What do you guys think of the GG&G BUIS...I'm looking specifically at the MAD BUIS.
I don't think the ARMS requires a taller front post.
I have both and like them.
However the new MI SP is the sight I'll be using on future builds. Almost a cross between the two and cheaper.
It has the windage knob of the 40 and the profile of the Troy. As a bonus it's lower than either.
My brother has the MAD and has been happy with it.
Troy and don't look back.
Oh, I didn't know that ARMS didn't lock. That's the deciding factor. Well that and I just found the Troy of Cals Sporting Armory for $125. I thinks that's what I'm gonna go for.