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Posted: 10/11/2005 3:32:49 PM EDT
Shall I replace my removable LMT fixed A2 rear sight on my M4gery?

Arguments for replacement :
**- Heavy and bulky **
*- Takes up a lot of space *
- I'm shooting less than 200 yards
- A2 large aperture seemed to big for my 'style' of shooting

Arguments against replacement (retain) :
- sturdy and rugged

Setup and Application :
- Fixed front sight; M4 barrel 1/9 BM
- Flat top upper receiver
- Shooting less than 200 yards
- No immediate plan to mount optical sight
- Would prefer a dual apperture - single plane system
- IPSC and target plinking
- Fixed or flip-up; BUT Rugged and sturdy

Previous experiences with Rear sights :
- Wilson Combat Flip-Up (sold to a friend)
- A1 upper - no longer used
- Troy FBS-RA1 on flat top (currently used) -- I really like this sight - dual apperture yet Single plane

Please post your suggestions and opinions on which possible sight(s) are applicable.

Note : I have read the Big Bad BUIS FAQ, but I can't still make up my mind.
Link Posted: 10/11/2005 5:04:49 PM EDT
Keep it. Learn to use it.  Another change will not likely make the rifle magic. Skill from dedication will.

Link Posted: 10/11/2005 6:51:23 PM EDT
Remember if you use the Improved Battlesight Zero, you can achieve the same plane effect by clicking the elevation wheel 4 clicks when you change apertures.

I opted for the Troy because it suits my needs the best.
Link Posted: 10/11/2005 6:52:09 PM EDT
I would NOT replace it.  It is a top quality, no BS rear sight.  
Link Posted: 10/11/2005 7:08:15 PM EDT
if you ditch it you can sell it to me mmmkay?

Or trade for my GG&G A2 BUIS
Link Posted: 10/11/2005 8:14:53 PM EDT
Keep it, and install a same-plane aperture.
Link Posted: 10/12/2005 2:37:02 AM EDT

Keep it, and install a same-plane aperture.

Where do you get this replacement aperture?
Link Posted: 10/12/2005 10:17:42 AM EDT


Keep it, and install a same-plane aperture.

Where do you get this replacement aperture?

Do a search for "XS same-plane aperture"
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