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Old 02-12-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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I have not used my BUIS that came with my LM&T Defender 2000 AR-15 but since moving my Optic to another rifle I thought I would give it a try.
Anyone using them? They sure were simple to get sighted in using my bore sighter.




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Old 02-12-2012, 08:53 PM   #2
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A lot of people like them. Rugged.



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That LMT is an incredible rear sight, I know because I've cut down a couple carry handles to achieve the same thing. Tough as nails but heavy and of course doesn't fold down.

If you ever decide to try the IBZ or RIBZ it'll be a lot of fun. Good optics have reduced the interest in all this but if you like irons you have the right rear sight!

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That LMT is an incredible rear sight, I know because I've cut down a couple carry handles to achieve the same thing. Tough as nails but heavy and of course doesn't fold down.

If you ever decide to try the IBZ or RIBZ it'll be a lot of fun. Good optics have reduced the interest in all this but if you like irons you have the right rear sight!
I had never used it since I have and ACOG the AIMPOINT M4 and a EOTech 553. have been changing my Optic's around, put the ACOG on my FNSCAR16s the AIMPOINT on my S&W 15T the EOTech is on my AMD-65.
So I thought lets try the BUIS from LM&T on the LM&T AR-15.
My S&W have fold down TROY BUIS so I knew they did work since trying them a while back.
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