• Bold Blitzkrieg sight- fast sight picture
  • Blitzkrieg sights provide precision aiming point
  • Drop-in upgrade for any AR-15 front sight housing and most flip-up sights with standard sight tool
  • Available in multiple options:
    • Black (standard) thin profile - 0.05" thick instead of 0.08" like other chevron sight posts
    • Tritium Dot at tip for 24/7 low light capability
    • Luminescent green chevron shaped stripe in machined groove
    • Orange chevron shaped contrast stripe in machined groove
    • White chevron shaped contrast stripe in machined groove



  • Material: 416 Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Melonite (matte black)
  • Chevron Height: 0.25"


Fits into any AR-15 Front Sight Housing that uses a standard threaded post - Any Mil-Spec fixed front sight gas block or aftermarket front sight housings made by companies such as Troy, Daniel Defense, Diamond Head, PRI, Magpul, Mid West Ind, Samson, GG&G, YHM, and any others that utilize the standard AR-15 post design. Fits Magpul MBUS, but does not fit the new MBUS Pro. Does not fit LWRC Skirmish sights due to 11 o'clock position of detent.

**Blitzkrieg Components Sight Tool is needed to fit the Chevron Sights. A standard sight tool will not fit. So you can use the Blitzkrieg Components sight tool or a bullet tip to adjust for elevation. We offer this sight without the tool in case you want to save a few dollars or buy one with the tool and several sights without the tool.


Iron sights get a bad rap, too many shooters feel like they can’t shoot iron well. A lot of guys need work on technique, but more of us are out there who want something more precise than an industry standard front sight. Blitzkrieg Components line of Chevron AR-15 Front Sight Posts is a line of patented sight posts designed to give shooters near instant target acquisition with a sight picture that is second to none and a sharp aiming point that leaves no doubt as to where that perfect point lies.

It Is Time To Upgrade Your AR-15 Front Sight

Blitzkrieg Components Chevron Sight post works well with any type of protective wing, from standard type to full hooded and even Magpul MBUS sight wings. It doesn’t matter what wing style you prefer, this front sight post will improve your sight picture and target acquisition. Each one of these posts is precision machined and threaded from 416 stainless to provide a sight picture and precise aiming point that’s second to none. It’s threaded for a perfect fit in any standard type AR-15 front sight housing. The Chevron Front sight Post features a corrosion-resistant flat black nitride finish that will stand up to the challenges of real-world use.

Blitzkrieg Sights Offer You Options

When you choose a Blitzkrieg Components Chevron AR-15 Front Sight Post you can choose from a number of different sight finish styles. For those who want an extra thin chevron to give them a better view of their target, there’s a Black Chevron that is 0.05” thick rather than 0.08” like the rest of the line. In the standard width, you can choose from multiple sight styles featuring stripes in white, orange and luminescent green. For those of you that are hooked on a Tritium sight, Blitzkrieg offers models with white, orange or luminescent green with Tritium sight dots at the sight peak. There’s sure to be a Blitzkrieg Chevron to suit your tastes.

Luminescent green stripe characteristics: The Luminescent (Glow) Stripe glows very bright when charged and the glow brightness dissipates gradually in darkness. The brighter and longer the light charge is, the brighter and longer the glow will be. Sunlight and Tactical LED flashlights give the best charge, but any type of lighting will work. It will glow very bright after just a few seconds of charge, and will glow longer with a bit longer charge. Typically, in total darkness after being charged you can expect it to glow very bright for 5 minutes, brighter than tritium for 30 minutes and at a lower level for a few hours.

Tritium Dot: The Tritium Dot is .062" in diameter, it provide a 24/7, always-on night capability.

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