Check out our superb range of airsoft iron sights that are perfect for customising your airsoft gun. We have everything from front and rear to flip-up and backup sights, giving you plenty of choices.
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Airsoft Iron Sight
Iron Sights for Airsoft Rifles and Sidearms
Our iron sights can help to improve the range and accuracy of your weapon to improve performance in airsoft games – who wouldn’t want that?
These sights simply attach to your gun’s top rail, so you can quickly and easily customise your gun with a variety of different optics. Whether you’re looking for an airsoft scope or want to add some backup sight options, we have what you need.
Iron Sights from Leading Airsoft Brands
We only stock top-quality iron sights from leading brands in the airsoft industry, so you know you’re getting the best of the best. Our range includes brand names like Oper8, ZCI and FMA – trusted by airsoft players, both beginners and pros.
Our selection includes front and rear sight options in flip-up, back-up and adjustable types to fit a wide range of gun models and rails. If you’re unsure whether an iron sight is compatible with your gun or rail, send us an email, and we can help you out.
We also stock fibre optic rods if you need to replace or upgrade your airsoft gun sight. You can cut them down to size so you can get the perfect fit for your sight.
Shop our range of airsoft sights and scopes today!
Iron sights are great for improving the accuracy and range of your airsoft gun, as they give a clear line of vision when shooting. They’re particularly useful for beginner players or when shooting at further distances.
Our iron sights are compatible with many guns and rails, but you’ll be able to see exactly which ones in our product descriptions. Or, you can send us an email if you need more help.
A front sight is closer to the muzzle of your gun, farther forward. A rear sight is closer to your eye. When looking down the sight, you’ll look through the gap in the rear sight and line up the front sight with your target. Having both can help you to be more precise when aiming.
You’ll need to attach the iron sight to your gun’s rail – simply secure the screws on either side and then adjust as needed. If you need help with this, get in touch!