Meprolight’s New Tritium-Equipped FRBS Flip-Up Iron Sights

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Mepro FRBS flip up sights Meprolight

From Meprolight . . .

Meprolight’s engineers made the immensely popular Mepro FRBS even better by offering it with a Hyper-Bright™ front sight featuring an extremely bright colored ring with tritium illumination in your choice of green, yellow or orange. The contrasting sight color enables shooters to acquire the front sight faster and improves target acquisition in all lighting conditions. Choice of two dot or four dot rear sight is available in black or tan.

The durable, tritium enhanced, secondary sights are designed to lay flat against the Picatinny rail to maintain a low—out of the way— profile until needed. They are constructed of fiberglass reinforced with high-grade polymer and metal with a rearward operating spring that allows you to quickly flip them forward into place.

Windage and elevation adjustments are easy, no special tools required. The Mepro FRBS with Hyper-Bright™ front sight is the only backup sight on the market that incorporates tritium in the sights to improve the sight picture day or night. The night-time illumination is designed bright enough to see them but not too bright to impact sight picture.

No matter your style of shooting—Self-Defense, Competitive, Military/LE or Hunting—the tritium enhanced FRBS allows you to stay in the fight if your primary optic goes down. It includes a 12 yr. warranty on the tritium illumination.

For more information or to find your local Meprolight Dealer, visit Meprolight® US or call (717) 985-4482. You can also visit our online partners: OpticsPlanet, MidwayUSA or Photo4less.

MSRP = $159.99

 

 

11 COMMENTS

  1. “They are constructed of fiberglass reinforced with high-grade polymer and metal with a rearward operating spring that allows you to quickly flip them forward into place.”

    Plastic.

    160 bucks for *plastic*.

    Anyone have a recommendation for something like that (illuminated) but made from something more durable than *plastic*?

    • I would imagine that most AR’s that get flip-ups are plastic. Given the low recoil of .223/5.56 and that most will only be shot at the range, these should be just fine.

      • The polymer in a Glock (brand Glock) is the totality of the frame.

        That sight sticks up and could get knocked off.

        I think I’d rather have metal for impact resistance…

    • They are. This is the high end version. FAB defense is the low end version. Both brands are the same group out of Isreal.

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