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Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip-Up Front and Rear AR-15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts for Night Fighting (Video!)

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By David Crane
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March 30, 2014

Diamondhead USA Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR Rifle Carbine SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts Jay Emirzian SHOT Show 2014 David Crane DefenseReview.com DR 4 Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR 15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts for Night Fighting (Video!)Diamondhead USA recently introduced the new Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip-Up Front and Rear AR Sights with NiteBrite at SHOT Show 2014, and the new polymer BUIS (Back-Up Iron Sights) looked pretty good. They were displayed on a Diamondhead V-RS T/TD Versa-Rail free-float rail system/forend rail tube/tactical handguard, which DefenseReview (DR) covered after SHOT Show 2012, as well as a more conventional-looking rail you can see in the embedded video below.

The new Diamond polymer flip-up sights are spring-loaded and feature steel apertures, steel screws, and steel detents for maximum strength and durability. The front sight adjustment is toolless. You just rotate a little nob with your thumb for elevation.

Diamondhead USA Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR Rifle Carbine SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts Jay Emirzian SHOT Show 2014 David Crane DefenseReview.com DR 1 Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR 15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts for Night Fighting (Video!)The new polymer sights can be purchased separately, a la carte, or together as a pair.

DR likes the new sights, but our favorite Diamonhead sights at the moment are still the very cool Diamondhead D-45 (Swing Sights) Integrated Sighting System which we first covered in early September 2012, and then again much more recently in our piece on the Adams Arms C.O.R. (Competition Optic Ready) Ultra Lite 16.5″ tactical 3-Gun piston AR carbine. They really complemented the rifle, and are great for both 3-Gun AND combat shooting.

But why not have both? Anyway, the new Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip-Up Front and Rear AR Sights with NiteBrite photoluminescent inserts currently retail for approximately $118.00 USD a pair (front and rear sights).

Diamondhead USA Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR Rifle Carbine SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts Jay Emirzian SHOT Show 2014 David Crane DefenseReview.com DR 3 Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR 15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts for Night Fighting (Video!) Diamondhead USA Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR Rifle Carbine SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts Jay Emirzian SHOT Show 2014 David Crane DefenseReview.com DR 2 Diamondhead Polymer Diamond Flip Up Front and Rear AR 15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Sights with NiteBrite Photoluminescent Inserts for Night Fighting (Video!)

Company Contact Info:

Diamondhead USA, Inc.
622 Union Street
West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089, USA
Phone: 413-739-6970
Fax: 413-739-6973
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.diamondhead-usa.com

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David Crane started publishing online in 2001. Since that time, governments, military organizations, Special Operators (i.e. professional trigger pullers), agencies, and civilian tactical shooters the world over have come to depend on Defense Review as the authoritative source of news and information on "the latest and greatest" in the field of military defense and tactical technology and hardware, including tactical firearms, ammunition, equipment, gear, and training.

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