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|May 16, 2013, 08:44 PM||#1|
Join Date: April 2, 2003
M&P 15-22 OEM fixed sight experience?
Just wondering if anyone in here had experience with them?
1. The only reasonably priced replacements I can find that look like OEM get a lot of bad reviews for being foreign junk.
2. The aftermarket reviews claim a lot of folks (UTG brand) have problems with a rear sight that has to be cranked all the way to one side in order to get on target (poor tolerances on mounting system?).
I was wondering how your OEM 15-22 fixed sights are working? Do you have the problem of having to crank your rear sight full stop to one side?
I'm trying to find reasonably priced fixed sights with the Colt style? mounting screws for both front / rear sights.
Don't suppose anyone knows what sights are on the OEM 15-22?
(made by S&W, aftermarket, etc)
I'd be willing to bet S&W gets the sights from a 3rd party, but so far I've found none I'd have confidence in.
I'm seeing way too many folks buying the UTG stuff and mounting them on regular ARs! If I can find reasonably priced units, they're going to be used on my low cost 15-22 only.
Heck - I can't find any that sound like they may be reasonable quality for a lowly 22 - ain't no way I'd mount some of the stuff folks are on a regular AR!
All these at Leapers appear to be UTG (box picture)
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