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.
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.