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AirForce Front Target Sight, Fits Most 10-Meter 3-Position Rifles + All AirForce Guns

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AirForce Front Target.

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PY-A-2238

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Special order. Delivery time: 6 week(s).

  • Front target sight
  • Fits most 10-meter 3-position rifles & all AirForce airguns
  • Accepts standard European aperture inserts (not included)
  • Large amount of vertical adjustment
  • 11mm integral mount
  • Made in America



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Item Code: AFU1058 [PY-A-2238]

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By David from USA on 2018-11-20
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Things I liked: Adjustability of the hight.

What others should know: The dovetail dimensions that this sight will fit.

 

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By Christopher from USA on 2016-06-13
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Things I liked: Multiple adjustable options, uses 22mm irises and aperture inserts for a larger field of view and more light into the globe

Things I would have changed: This absolutely, without a doubt, needs to have a mounting system or point that is separate from the elevation adjustment. As it stands, as soon as you loosen the thumb screw the entire mechanism lets loose from the dovetail. It was the cheapest and most simple idea they could come up with, but the wrong one. It looks like it should have been easy to put the base tightening screw on the opposite side of the elevation riser but they did not do that. It's an OK option if you don't plan to change it often, but I question how well it will hold up. The other thing they need to add is threading on both ends of the globe. Not a big deal breaker, but it's a very useful option for accessories.

What others should know: This likely eliminates the need for multiple riser blocks since you can set it at the exact height you need. It can be a benefit to those seeking a taller rear sight so they can have a better upright position without straining your neck. I'm using it on a rimfire gun, so I can't comment to how well it would work for an airgun. This is an affordable solution to the other options on the market that cost 3 to 5 times the price

 

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By FRED from USA on 2012-01-22
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Things I liked: Adjustability, good range of elevation provided by this sight in case the rear sight has run out of range with your standard front hooded sight; large insert size so you can change the insert to larger or smaller sighting holes or go to a metal insert (comes with a clear plastic insert). The sight has several adjustment mountings so you can flip and re-position the hood for added range adjustability

Things I would have changed: I'd like to see the sight mounting plate able to be installed on the outside of the vertical adjustment slot which would allow even more adjustability to be obtained.

What others should know: This is made for the Challenger and does fit my FWB although I had to really crank down on the tightening screw to gain a proper, tight clamp.

 

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  • Brandon from USA asked:

    This comes with at least one aperture right?

    • William from USA asked:

      Does it still include 3 different aperture inserts, as stated in the 2010 review?

      • ahkell66 from USA asked:

        Will the Weihrauch and Beeman inserts fit in this?

        • Samuel from USA:

          I bought different sizes apertures the items are for a Feinwerkbau 22mm Clear Sight Aperture and there are sold here....Perfect fit...

        • Cory from USA:

          No, they will not. You would need a 17mm glass type insert.

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