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AirForce Adaptive Rear Target Sight, Fits Most 10-Meter 3-Position Rifles & All AirForce Guns

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AirForce Adaptive Rear

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  • Adaptive rear target sight
  • Fits most 10-meter 3-position rifles & all AirForce guns
  • Large amount of vertical adjustment
  • Integral 11mm mount
  • Has 1/8 MOA click adjustment knobs & can be reset to zero
  • Can be removed from its mounting base & clamped into a 1" scope ring
  • Made in America

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Item Code: AFU1057 [PY-A-2237]

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By Charles from USA on 2017-01-29
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Things I liked: Very solidly made sight! Excellent coarse elevation adjustability and fine windage/elevation adjustability. Getting sighted in was just as easy as getting any scope sighted in. In fact, I'd go as far as to say it was easier because of the coarse elevation adjustability. I also love the standardized aperture threads that allow for use of apertures from other manufacturers as well!

Things I would have changed: Four screws for tightening down to an 11mm dovetail mount instead of two would make for a better grip when mounted on high powered and heavy recoiling spring piston or gas ram air rifles without convenient 'scope stop' options. It looks like the capability is almost there to to this if two counter-sunk holes for two more allen screws where on the left side of the mount... The right side already has two drilled and tapped holes...

What others should know: For anyone like myself with aging eyes, I can't recommend purchasing the Gehmann 530 adjustable iris and adjustable focus (1.5x) enough! The problem I've had with even aperture sights the last few years was that when I focused on the front sight (correct way to use an aperture sight...) the target became too much of a blur in the background to shoot as accurately as I once was able to... Simply unscrew the aperture that came with the sight and screw in the Gehmann 530 and you're done! Adjust the Gehmann 530 iris appropriately for the ambient light conditions (For best shooting accuracy possible, always adjust the iris size to the smallest hole size where you can still clearly see the target...) and adjust the focus until you can see both the front sight and the target clearly and you're done! I literally have my sight of my early 20's again with this arrangement! Nice!


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By Robert from USA on 2016-08-30
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Things I liked: Nice sight for the money. Great adjustability ,you should be able to mount this sight on just about any rifle with an 11mm rail. Diopter adjustments are very crisp and positive with a generous amount of adjustment on both windage and elevation. Really like the ability to reset turrets to zero, this coupled with the precise repeatability make yardage changes a snap! Going from 10YDS to 40YDS and back sight shows no POI change for me.

Things I would have changed: Only two: For as good a sight as this is it still took me 15 minutes with a wire gage drill bit to finally get the fuzzies out of the eye piece. Come on guys, would it really cost that much more to make one out of steel? The only other thing I didn't like was the lock screw for the sight adjustments . It works just fine but instead of a screw slot it should have a rounded knurled knob so you could use your fingers instead of having to carry around a tiny little screwdriver which I never have because I've dropped it somewhere in the backyard!

What others should know: If you want a precision sight to punch paper or dispatch an occasional intruder in your blueberry patch, this one will work just fine!


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3.0 3.0

By Brian from USA on 2013-07-01
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Things I liked: Appears to be solid and well made. Mounted with no problems to my Hammerli AR20. Sighting in at 10 meters was no problem.

Things I would have changed: As others have pointed out, an instruction manual would be lovely. Also, how about using METRIC allen heads instead of BSA (English). I know it's a Texas company, but really.......

What others should know: Seems to be a decent value for the money. Hopefully the threading for use of Iris diopters will not prove to be non-standard.

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  • David from USA asked:

    What is the thread pitch for the diopter for this sight?

    • todd from USA asked:

      will this sight fit feinwerkbau model300

      • Mike from USA asked:

        Will this work on a Diana N-Tec 350 magnum, and function with the Diana stock front sight?

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