The Rightsight, a 30mm front sight, was developed for high power rifle competition to have simply the best possible sight picture allowed by iron sight rules.
The Rightsight complete package comes with an adjustable iris made by Gehmann. They are available in 3 sizes, 2.9mm – 4.9mm, 4.0mm – 6.0mm and 5.0mm-7.5mm.
The Rightsight also includes a 30mm, .5 Crizal Alize anti-reflective lenses, the most reliable and technologically advanced protection against visual distractions caused by unwanted light reflections, scratches and smudges. These lenses have been ground on optical center to fit the sight barrel. The lens is indexed so when you take the lens out for cleaning it should have no effect on your zeros.
The Rightsight base has been designed to allow you to have the sight as low as possible for conventional rifles. This keeps your cheek-piece and position about the same as other sighting systems. The base is adjustable in approximate 5 to 6 minute steps depending on your sight radius (one notch equals two revolutions on a Warner rear sight). It also has index marks so you can tell where you are at any time. There should be enough adjustment so you can get the best head position on your gun and keep it there by making the big adjustments from yard line to yard line with the front sight and fine tune with the rear. There are three stem lengths. The standard stem (short) is most common for conventional rifles, the tall stem is most common for Space guns and the T2K. A medium stem is available for some smallbore applications and low mounted rear sights on space guns.
The advantages of the Rightsight are:
- Quality of the .5 lenses, it is far better anything available in 22 or 18 mm
- Light collection, you see things better
- Fixed level inside the tube along with your number board while you’re on target.
- The Gehmann adjustable iris is the same as the 520 in a larger frame.
- The elevator system has .050″ notches so there is not too much movement on the rear sight and cheek-piece.
Rain Shade (front)
Level adjustment instructions
The sight is sent out with the level set so when the gun is straight up the level should be very close to center. You should install the sight so the stem is on the same vertical plane as the rear sight. This being accomplished get into position with the gun and get comfortable. Take note of where the level bubble is and how much the sight tube should be rotated. Loosen the two screws that hold the sight barrel to the stem and rotate to your approximate setting. Get back into position and check to see were the bubble is. Continue this until you are happy that the sight is where you need it to be. When completed you will need to Loctite the two screws. Use red if you have it, blue should work also. Remove only one screw at a time to apply Loctite. When you tighten the screws don't get all King Kongish, they are 6-32 screws into brass. Good and snug is enough. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call.
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