Troy Industries Folding Rear BattleSight
SKU #: TROY-FBSRear
A stainless-steel cross-locking system ensures sights remain upright and zeroed under extreme combat conditions. A push of a button folds the sights securely out of the way until you need them again (they fold to a profile of just 0.460). Troy BattleSights feature a zero-canting attachment system for use on all military and aftermarket receivers.
TRITIUM is a form of hydrogen that emits a continuous light source where using batteries or electricity is not possible. Target acquisition is made possible in low or no light conditions.
100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
November 16, 2014
Troy sights are the best
ProsQuality sight doesn't get better
September 2, 2014
These are some fantastic MBUIS. Nothing else to say. The tritium inserts could be a little bigger, but they do improve low light shooting as they are.
December 1, 2013
The Troy Folding Rear BattleSight is one of the best folding sights I have seen and used. As always LA Police Gear was quick to deliver the sight for my patrol rifle!
ProsSolid construction and ease of use.
4 Questions & 7 Answers
from Baldwin, MD asked:
December 11, 2016
Troy Industries Folding Rear BattleSight, $109.99 is this a Tritium sight? I can't see the dots in the photo. Thanks
There is an option for this to be a tritium sight, if you look at the very last photo it shows how Troy has designed the tritium version. I hope this helps!
on December 13, 2016
from California asked:
June 25, 2015
Will this rear sight work on a Daniel Defense M4 V11? Thanks.
Yes, it will work.
on June 26, 2015
from Baltimore, MD asked:
February 21, 2014
Is this sight on the same plane with the standard fixed front when mounted on a flat-yop receiver?
Yes, I purchased this for a new flat top upper and it was aligned perfectly.
on February 21, 2014
Absolutely. If you're running a standard flat-top upper receiver this rear site will line-up with the A2 front site (in-line with your bore).
on February 21, 2014
from Spring, TX
My AR was an optics ready format so I didn't have a front sight post but I am 99% sure it would align just fine.
on February 22, 2014
from Springfield Ohio
from El Sobrante CA asked:
January 10, 2014
How much elevation adjustment does it have?
the front site is adjusted for elevation and the rear is used for windage. as for how much adjustment can be made we are unsure on but we would imagine that it would adjust to more then enough for your needs.
on January 10, 2014
Your Front sight should only be moved once for zeroing your rifle (unless you have a M16/A1 they did not have rear elevation back then). You should try and find a rear sight that has both windage and elevation. Also remember try to get the same maker for your front and rear site. A lot of company's will try and promote that you can mix and match different site this is not a good idea. I have 20 yrs as a PMI for the USMC, an Armorer and competitive rifle shooter. Mike S Charleston SC
on July 11, 2014
from Chs SC
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