Troy 45 Degree Offset Folding BattleSights

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Troy Industries just released their new 45 Degree Folding BattleSights. They feature an ambidextrous sight base allowing them to fold compactly to either side of your rifle. They’re available in either the HK front and round rear or M4 front and DOA rear configurations in black or flat dark earth. They retail for $239. Check them out at Troyind.com.

Durability and dead-on accuracy have made Troy Industries Folding BattleSights the choice of Special Ops and tactical users worldwide. The TROY 45 Degree Folding BattleSights fold compactly to both sides of the rifle. With an ambidextrous sight base, TROY 45 Degree BattleSights work seamlessly with magnified optics. Easy to install and deploy, these sights position apertures at factory height. A stainless-steel cross-locking system ensures sight remains upright and zeroed under extreme combat conditions.

Note: Sight is designed to work on same plane rail systems only. Will not work with a railed gas block that is higher or lower than the receiver.

Available in 2 sets
– HK Front and Round Rear
– M4 Front and DOA Rear

Available in Black and Flat Dark Earth.

MSRP: $239

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  • Zachary marrs

    Perfect for doing things a certain troy employee is well known for doing

  • Gfgggf

    Sweet mother of god. Why are they so much money?!

    • Not really an unusual price but I never understood $100 per sight.

      • Dale

        They are a bit pricy, but the Troy customer service is second to none. I had a pair of their battle sights replaced by them at no charge to me. They also put up to a ton of abuse and keep on ticking based on my experience with the Troy BUIS.

    • Gwolf

      Yeah. Troy sights is a little spendy. I guess you get what you pay for, but really for most of us, is it worth it? And would a set of Magpuls and the saved cash be better put towards an optic? To each their own.

    • SD3

      $250 buck you’ll never see again for sights you’ll never use…

  • Taylor TX

    That just seems kinda expensive(its MSRP so I assume it will drop a little bit), yea its one piece and you dont have to buy the sights and mounts separately, and maybe its built like a tank, Ive never used the troy sights. If the MBUS Pro set is ~160 (using Brownells as a ref.) and you have to buy two quality 45 angled mounts, maybe it will end up being fairly close.

  • M

    Is this the first time people see the MSRP on troy sights?? They’ve never been cheap.

  • dannye

    Nothing better for shooting a nursing mother in the head.

    • Taylor TX

      Did you not take your medication today?

      • Zachary marrs

        Troy is infamous for hiring a person who helped a guy do that, the guy admitted in court he would have done it himself

        • Taylor TX

          Just got a “fun” history lesson regarding Jody Weis and Dale Monroe and Troy. I was familiar with a Lon Horiuchi endorsement of a company called H-S Precision but as I am of the younger gun friendly age bracket, I had never really been introduced to the entirety of it. I feel like this may disappear in moderation but either way, good info to learn, even if its epicly late in the game. Sorry TFB, I cant help but indulge in conversation. Guess I have to learn not to love the Troy Alpha Rail and just buy the Geissele or ALG rail Ive been eyeballing lately.

  • LongBeach

    I can’t buy the DOA rear and HK front so I can try to put a square peg in a circular hole? Pfffft….