Ranger Point Rear Sights have a better, brighter sight picture in full light or low light and scope-like reticle bars for precise aiming for faster target acquisition than traditional iron Sights, Buckhorn Sights, Peep Sights, Ghost Sites. Ranger Point Front Sights' triangular shape, bright color options (day or night), and horizontal aim notches speed target acquisition on primary and secondary aiming points out to greater distances "on the fly."
- Wide, Open Sight View in Full Light or Low Light (plus Night Sight Options)
- Primary and Secondary Aim Targets "On the Fly"
- Night Sight Options - Neon Green Glow Substantially Brighter than Tritium or Fiber Optics
- Hand Slip In Sights - No Hammers or Punches Needed
Watch the video and read all about what makes these rifle sights the best on the market in this blog post
What size front sight do you need? How does elevation work on the rear sight or windage on the front sight? How do I set a primary or secondary aim point? Everything that you need to know here.