Blackhawk serves up new sights at upcoming NRA Annual Meeting

The Blackhawk Hybrid Folding Sight offers a lightweight but durable design. (Photo: Blackhawk)

Blackhawk is doubling down on accessories ahead of the NRA’s Annual Meeting scheduled May 4-6 in Dallas.

The accessory maker said in a press release Wednesday that a new sight, the Hybrid Folding Sight, in addition to a new holster, the MBOSS, will appear alongside the company’s lineup of tactical goodies in Dallas.

The Hybrid Folding Sight uses a solid metal alloy core fused with a co-polymer jacket to offer a lightweight yet rugged sight. This hybrid construction aims to reduce bulk while also supplying tool-less windage and elevation adjustment dials. Featuring a steel A2 front sight post with M4/Ar-15 A-frame front sight height, the Hybrid Folding Sight touts a magnetic twin aperature. Rated for up to .308, the Hybrid Folding Sight retails between $59 and $119.

Blackhawk also dropped news of a new holster set to debut at the show. The MBOSS holster series utilizes a leather look for a “bold new look.” The materials look to offer concealers a more comfortable means of carry with multiple positions of inside or outside the waistband. MSRP is set for $79.

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