The Leupold DeltaPoint Pro Rear Iron Sight is an accessory designed to complement the DeltaPoint Pro reflex sight. It is built with precision and durability in mind, offering a reliable and accurate aiming solution for a variety of shooting scenarios.
The sight is constructed with high-quality materials, including aircraft-grade aluminum and steel, making it both lightweight and rugged. The housing is black anodized for added durability and resistance to wear and tear. The sight features a low-profile design, which helps to minimize its overall footprint and reduce the chance of snagging on other objects.
The sight is fully adjustable, allowing for precise windage and elevation adjustments to ensure optimal accuracy. The windage and elevation adjustments are made with a simple and intuitive click system, making it easy to make fine-tuning adjustments on the fly.
The DeltaPoint Pro Rear Iron Sight is designed to work in tandem with the DeltaPoint Pro reflex sight, providing a secondary aiming option in case the reflex sight becomes damaged or otherwise compromised. The iron sight is mounted directly onto the rear of the reflex sight, allowing for quick and seamless transitions between the two aiming options.
In terms of specifications, the DeltaPoint Pro Rear Iron Sight has a total weight of 1.5 ounces and is 1.4 inches in length. The sight is compatible with most Picatinny and Weaver-style rails and is designed to be used with standard height front sights.
Overall, the Leupold DeltaPoint Pro Rear Iron Sight is a high-quality, reliable, and durable accessory that offers shooters a secondary aiming option for added versatility and flexibility in the field. Its precision and adjustability make it a great choice for hunters, competition shooters, and tactical professionals alike.
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