Magpul MBUS Pro LR

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posted on January 27, 2015
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Magpul introduced a number of new products earlier this month, including the company's new MBUS Pro LR iron sights.

The MBUS Pro LR is similar to the existing MBUS Pro Rear, but adds a tool-less elevation adjustment wheel to the sight arm.  This easy to adjust wheel utilizes positive detents for 200-600 meter ranges in 50 meter increments, all while retaining the dual aperture design.

Backup iron sights are great insurance to have available. Batteries fail, scopes can fog, any number of things can happen to render a powered optic or magnified scope inoperable. Iron sights are sturdy, take up very little real estate (the MBUS Pro LR take up 2.15 inches of rail space) and are excellent insurance against the unseen and unknown.

With the MBUS Pro LR iron sights, your insurance comes in a melanite-finished package with Magpul's excellent engineering and reliability behind it.

MSRP: $129.95.

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