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  1. #11
    Expert Booya's Avatar

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    I have both and I like both for different reasons. Yo uphold check out (you'd have to goggle, I don't have it handy) the test that was done to compare the Magpul against he others (metal vs plastic basically). I can't remember who made the video, but it can't be hard to find. They beat the crap out of a few rifles with several different kinds of back up sites o them and it turned out that the Magpul actually faired the best. While I don't think Magpul is the end all be all (not the biggest fan honestly), they took the beating a bit better since they were plastic, where many of the metal ones broke or became unusable. Just food for thought. If I'm being totally honest, I prefer the Troys, but you said "hard use" so i thought I would mention it.

    **edit, I just noted you said MBUS Pro so that's not really plastic vs metal, but you still get my point.
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    Booya often smells like horse farts!!! (quote that!)...and i thank you for the info.

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    Expert venenoindy's Avatar

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    Thanks fornall the reply's.

  3. #13
    Marksman

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    Troy is great if you have the money. I put MBUS on a Saiga 12 and it's been a great sight.

  4. #14
    Grandmaster jblomenberg16's Avatar

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    Can't go wrong with the Troys!
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    Everyone loves Troy, but an MBUS is 80% of the sight that a Troy is at half the price. I've run an MBUS rear on my AR with a triangle front post for a year now and have had no issues (though I do wish they locked upright). Troys are crystal clear, though, since the apertures appear slightly larger than those of the MBUS (my eyes suck and pick up a slight haze on the top of the large aperture of the MBUS)

  6. #16
    Plinker

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    +1 for the LWRC Skirmish sights. I have them on both my AR's

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    I've got these FAB Defense Backup Sights RBS & FBS | 7.62 Precision Custom Firearm Finishes on my Tavor and my GII Recon. They're really durable and I prefer the design and operation mechanism to the Magpul polymer buis. The downside is they ship from Israel and it took me about a month to get them.

  8. #18
    Plinker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy71 View Post
    I've got these FAB Defense Backup Sights RBS & FBS | 7.62 Precision Custom Firearm Finishes on my Tavor and my GII Recon. They're really durable and I prefer the design and operation mechanism to the Magpul polymer buis. The downside is they ship from Israel and it took me about a month to get them.
    If you ordered these from us - they did not ship from Israel. We have them in stock as well as several other distributors in the US and they would have shipped from here. It is not actually legal for them to be shipped directly from Israel, they need to go through the importer (Mako) and be shipped from the US.
    I'm sorry you had to wait so long to receive them from whoever you did order them from.

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    can the fab front sight be mounted on a rail height gas block?

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