[SHOT 2019] ANVL UKON 2 On The New CZ Bren 2 – ANR Design

by Pete

When we first wrote about the ANVL UKON for the Trijicon RMR with backup iron sights (BUIS), the comments section had its share of critics, many revolving around a short sight radius. But here’s the thing about judging a book solely by its cover: you may not get the full story. The good folks at ANR Design sent me an original version of the UKON for review and over the past six months I’ve run the sight/optic combination on everything from to pistols, carbines and rifles.

Yes, the sight radius is short, but the mount is meant to be run farther forward on the rail than typical setups. The BUIS lines up and points nicely and optic is set at the perfect height for my needs. The UKON 2 adds Aimpoint into the mix and a new height to clear lights, lasers, illuminators and other rail mounted gear. Holosun, Vortex and Primary Optics will also fit on top of the UKON 2. Pricing and ordering pages are not yet on the ANR Design website. Stay tuned.

Also check out ANR’s sweet holster designs.

New – ANVL UKON 2 Mount For Aimpoint, VoRtex and Primry arms – Low and high

ANR Design Kydex Holsters

ANR Design Light Bearing Tactical OWB Holster incorporates the G-Code RTI Hanger. This holster comes standard with adjustable retention, suppressor height sight channel, and optic cut sweat guard. Customer is responsible for sourcing their own female RTI disc set up. We do not provide the female mounting options.

Comfortably and safely carry your firearms with our minimalistic KYDEX Holster design. Our KYDEX holsters provide you with full trigger guard protection and perfect retention. Made with the highest quality materials available, our KYDEX holsters are built for hard use, standing up to the punishment of our sponsored competition shooters and everyday users. Our inside the waistband design allows the user to carry their firearm from a wide variety of positions respective to the users body type, tactics and personal preferences. Each KYDEX Holster is custom made and handcrafted in the USA.


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  • David David on Jan 26, 2019

    Remember the part where you're supposed to include prices of stuff? Do that.

  • TexianPatriot TexianPatriot on Jan 28, 2019

    Why do firearms manufacturers insist on putting grooves and cut outs in places you dont need them? I understand when it is to provide better grip, or a place to index, but when there is no other use for it they become a trap for dirt. Makes them a pain to clean.