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    Who makes a quality fiber optic front sight post from S&W M&P 15 Sport II? Thank you in advance.

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    I've yet to see one I'd consider tough enough to use in a real world situation. Those I've tried I always seemed to find a way to lose the fiber optic insert. Wish this wasn't so, my old eyes would really benefit from the fiber optic sights.
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      I would try the $50 Sightlink. The $20 HIVIS has lots of bad feedback for poor illumination under full sun even. Others are upwards of $125 which is a lot for what it is.

      Might want to try a dab of fluorescent model paint to give you an idea if you will even like it.
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        Adopted Blitzkrieg Components LLC Luminescent green chevron front sight post replacement. Secure with Blue Lok-tite from Wally World and it works like a charm, too.

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          Originally posted by Tanklet View Post
          Adopted Blitzkrieg Components LLC Luminescent green chevron front sight post replacement. Secure with Blue Lok-tite from Wally World and it works like a charm, too.

          Thanks for the follow up. I may check that brand out.
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