MPN: APRH100526C


  • Perfect for your new build or as emergency
  • Stainless steel AR-15 front sight detent
  • Made in U.S.A.


  • Material:
    • Front Sight Post: Steel
    • Front Sight Post Detent: Stainless Steel
  • Finish:
    • Front Sight Post: Black
    • Front Sight Post Detent: Raw Stainless Steel
  • Front Sight Post Height: 0.265"
  • Weight:
    • Front Sight Post: 0.07 oz.
    • Front Sight Post Detent: 0.01 oz.


  • AR-15 style front sights


  • 1x Front Sight Post
  • 1x Front Sight Detent
  • 1x Front Sight Detent Spring


Upgrading your weapon is fine, however, when you can take steps to avoid a problem, it just makes sense to do it. Think about it, would you go anywhere to shoot without spare mags? Of course, you wouldn’t and neither would I. Most people love their fancy optics, and yes, they make hitting what you shoot at easier. What would happen if they get banged, batteries quit, or just plain quit working. If you upgrade to an old-school AR-15 front sight post kit then you get to keep on firing.

The Way Things Used to Be

Old-fashioned steel sights have been around for a long time for a reason, they work. They simply allow you to be able to hit what you shoot at, and if you can’t do that you might as well go home. If you are having a hard time to zero your weapon, it is time to think about replacing your AR-15 front sight post kit. If you shoot long enough, sooner or later something is going to go wrong with your front sight post. Clearly, then you will be glad you picked up a low-priced AR-15 front sight post kit.

In With The Old, In With The New

Aero Precision brings a history of aerospace engineering to the firearms industry. They make every AR-15 front sight detent with the same care and precision as their most expensive receiver. They’re a homegrown, all American company dedicated to excellence. However, even as technology abounds, sometimes the old ways can be the best. You can bet that Aero Precision AR-15 front sight detent will still be there when that beautiful holographic sight blinks out.

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