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GG&G Picatinny 45 Degree Transition Sights w/ Fixed & Back-up Iron Sights, Black - GGG-1588
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GG&G Picatinny 45 Degree Transition Sights w/ Fixed & Back-up Iron Sights, Black - GGG-1588

SKU 801699
Brand GG&G Inc.
Model Number GGG-1588
UPC 813157004933
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Product Details


Manufacturer: GG&G, Inc.
Model: 45 deg Transition Sights
Color: Black
Fit: Picatinny
Description: Lightweight, Fixed, Backup Iron Sights for LE, Military or 3-Gun Competition


If you use a magnified scope on your AR SCAR or other flat top style carbine or rifle you know how difficult it can be to engage targets at close range. The GG&G 45 degree Iron Sights provide you with the ability to quickly transition between long range target engagement and closer target acquisition. These GG&G Transition Sights give you that "Edge" in tactical situations or competition. The 45 degree offset position makes it easy to transition to the iron sights by simply canting the weapon and engaging the target with the transition iron sights. Because the GG&G Transition Sight Is Ambidextrous it is great for left handed shooters too.


  • Easy installation to common dovetails or MIL-STD-1913 dovetails
  • The transition sight is ambidextrous
  • Front sight uses a standard A2 front sight post and is adjustable for elevation


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