Super Slim A2 Sights

Benjamin David | April 12, 2020

UTG Rear SLim Sight 2
UTG Rear SLim Sight

I needed sights for my recent AR15 build, so I decided to try UTGs Super Slim A2 sights. I wanted a reliable, and solidly made fixed sight set. I didn’t want flip ups. I also didn’t want to spend nearly as much on sights as I did a budget AR15 build. After a bunch of reading, researching, and price comparisons, I bought UTGs Super Slim A2 sights.

The Super Slim A2 Sights by UTG were exactly what I was looking for. They are solidly built, mount squarely with included Torx screws, and use standard heights for flat top handguards and uppers.

Adjustable | Tool free windage adjustment
Aperture | With dual aiming apertures
Material | Aluminum
Finish | Matte Black Anodizing
Lug | Square-Shaped Integral Recoil Stop
Mount | Securely Attaches to Picatinny Rail
Includes | T20 Torx wrench, and extra screw
Price | $32.97

UTG Front Slim Sight 0
UTG Front Slim Sight 1

Bonus | Machined forward and rear-forward facing glare reducing serrations
Material | Aluminum
Finish | Matte Black Anodizing
Adjustable | A2 Front Sight Post
Interchangeable | Aftermarket Posts
Lug | Square-Shaped Integral Recoil Stop
Mount | Securely Attaches to any Picatinny Rail
Includes | T20 Torx wrench, and extra screw
Price | $15.97

The Leapers UTG sights are very cleanly machined, well designed, and very sturdy. The tolerances are tight, and they co-witnessed perfectly with a Bushnell TRS-25 red dot sight on a compact .83 inch UTG riser mount.

These fixed sights are as good or better than sights over 2 times more expensive. So it’s no wonder these things are always sold out. An alternative may be the front flip up version by UTG or the rear flip up sight but if you see the fixed sights available, snatch ’em up in a hurry.

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Written By Benjamin David
Benjamin is an avid outdoorsman with a wide range of experience hunting, fishing, climbing, and backacking. He brings his knowledge and experience, to Sportsman's Magazine, and is a major content contributor. Leave Ben a comment or question.

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