When shooting with open sights, accu­racy is signif­i­cantly affected by the distance between the front and rear sights. A maximum sight radius for a target rifle can be reached with the ERATAC® Compe­ti­tion Sight. For instance, the sight radius on a 24-inch-long barrel can measure up to 780 mm.

The ERATAC® Compe­ti­tion Sight’s robust and mono­lithic construc­tion guar­an­tees the accu­racy absolutely neces­sary in every compe­ti­tion. At the same time, the skele­tonized version weighs just 52 grams, allowing the very low maximum weights stip­u­lated in various compet­i­tive disci­plines to be much more easily met.

All compo­nents of the compe­ti­tion sight are rust­proof and ensure the highest precision in any weather - day in, day out.

Avail­able in two different post widths

When aiming at a compe­ti­tion target with a diam­eter of 20 cm / 7.87”, the sight should be as wide as or only mini­mally narrower than the bull’s eye. We, there­fore, recom­mend a post width of 1.6 mm / 0.06“ for a barrel length from 16 to 20 inches. The 1.8 mm / 0.07“ wide post should be selected for a barrel length from 22 to 24 inches.

No tool is neces­sary for adjusting the sight‘s height. A table containing all data needed for shifting the strike point per click is included with every ERATAC® Compe­ti­tion Sight.

The ERATAC® Compe­ti­tion Sight’s total height conforms to the height of an AR15 stan­dard sight, thus easily allowing the use of sight parts by other manu­fac­turers. Combining it with the ERATAC® folding sight T0544-0355, it will become a highly accu­rate compe­ti­tion sight.

Tech­nical spec­i­fi­ca­tions

Two supplied bubble levels facil­i­tate the radial align­ment of the front sight. The first level is placed in one of the upper receiver’s Picatinny notches. Special cutouts in the front sight‘s protec­tive wings are allo­cated for holding the second bubble level.

The finely corru­gated and matte blasted face prevents distracting light reflec­tions. In addi­tion, a trans­verse 5 mm bore­hole provides a means for simply and safely attaching a mirage band via para­cord or a wire loop, allowing the eye to focus on the front sight without any distrac­tion.