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LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby blucas » Thu Dec 02, 2010 5:51 pm

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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby theWOLFF » Thu Dec 02, 2010 6:23 pm

Just got back from zeroing a set of these. Excellent work LWRCI.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby lotsagas4u » Thu Dec 02, 2010 11:42 pm

Are these now standard on new production rifles?
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby TENMMIKE » Thu Dec 02, 2010 11:48 pm

lotsagas4u wrote:Are these now standard on new production rifles?
some guys have reported having them on their recently bought lwrc..so the answer is yes
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby Sinder » Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:42 am

TENMMIKE wrote:
lotsagas4u wrote:Are these now standard on new production rifles?
some guys have reported having them on their recently bought lwrc..so the answer is yes


I received them on the REPR that arrived on Tuesday.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby Lone_Ranger » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:55 am

They are on my M6A2. I bought it from Northwest Tactical, a few weeks ago. They are starting to grow on me.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby Elbows » Sat Dec 04, 2010 12:45 am

I'm sure they're well worth the Troy cost --- I would have loved to have seen them about $15-20 bucks a piece cheaper...if they had slotted in beneath Troys, I think you'd sell more than you could produce. As such, given the choice I'd still buy LWRCI probably. Good work.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby Zebra1550 » Sat Dec 04, 2010 10:57 am

They do look nice and clean. However, I kind of liked the MaTech rear sight that came on my last upper. Not going to rush out and buy a set though, my irons are back up only.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby JimIslander » Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:21 am

Nice sights. Any plans to carry these in FDE?
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby chainring » Sat Dec 04, 2010 12:18 pm

Nice. Can't wait to see the set on my M6-SPR...that I hope to be able to order soon! :)
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby CarlosDJackal » Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:42 pm

Does the front sight accept the standard AR Front Sight Tool? If so, which variant (4-prong or 5-prong)?
- 10.5" M6A1
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby LWRC-Jesse » Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:50 pm

CarlosDJackal wrote:Does the front sight accept the standard AR Front Sight Tool? If so, which variant (4-prong or 5-prong)?


They are designed to accept a 4 prong tool. I couldv'e simply gone with a standard square post, but I have found that the round post is crisper view and it allowed me to create a thinner arm profile by placing the detent at a 45 degree offset vs the standard 90 degree.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby theWOLFF » Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:19 pm

Jesse, the front is cool, but the rear is the real money-maker on this set IMO. Small aperture. Can't say it enough.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby hjensen » Tue Dec 07, 2010 12:42 pm

Wow, I really like these, If its true these are on new rifles, I'll be ecstatic because I like the multi-rear sight aperture. Used that on an HK platform and loved it.
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Re: LWRCI Skirmish Sights

Postby CarlosDJackal » Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:32 am

LWRC-Jesse wrote:They are designed to accept a 4 prong tool. I couldv'e simply gone with a standard square post, but I have found that the round post is crisper view and it allowed me to create a thinner arm profile by placing the detent at a 45 degree offset vs the standard 90 degree.


I'm with you on that Jesse. I like it. Especially the rear BUIS and it's simplicity.

The only other question I have is it looks like the windage adjustment for the rear BUIS is on the left side. If so, what was the reasoning behind this departure from the norm?
- 10.5" M6A1
- PSD/UCIW
- 10.5" M6A2 (2)
- 14.7" M6IC
- 14.7" M6SL/IC Hybrid
- 16" ODG REPR
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