Crosman LDC w/ front sight

Airgun Universe Crosman LDC w/ front sight <p>Most LDCs require you to remove your front sight and use an optic. Sometimes you can glue on a shotgun sight and make things work. I designed this LDC to provide a excellent built in front sight that also increases your sight radius for better accuracy. Unlike most fiber optic front sights, this one uses a super fine (.029\") fiber for better visibility without overpowering your sight picture.</p><p>In addition to providing a front sight, this LDC has a super slim profile that allows you to use it with a stock barreled 2240 or with the Benjamin Discovery with mild modification to the dust cap. It is also a great choice for a Crosman 1377/1322 <strong>with a longer barrel</strong> installed or a Benjamin Maximus with the <strong>unthreaded</strong> barrel.</p><p><strong>Specifications</strong></p><ul><li style=\"list-style-type: none;\"><ul><li>Overall length: 6.25\"</li><li>Diameter: .79\"</li><li>Weight: 1 oz</li><li>Construction: ABS 3D printed monocore set in a polymer shell with a optional decorative vinyl wrap. Quality made in U.S.A. fiber optic rod.</li><li>Slip fit installation with 4 set screws. Designed for standard Crosman barrels and to work with the stock rear sight. Does not work with 1/2-20 threaded barrels!</li></ul></li></ul><p><strong>Installation</strong></p><p>To install, unload your airgun, put it on safe, and depressurize. Remove your front sight. Slip the LDC over the muzzle, it should be a tight fit, rotate if necessary to get it to fully seat. Once it is seated, shine a light through the breech to verify that the LDC is concentric with the barrel. Rotate until alignment is reached. Check to make sure your front sight is aligned with the rear sight. Alternately tighten the four set screws until you feel them touch the barrel, do not over tighten!</p><p>If you have any questions, please feel free to <a href=\"https://www.airgununiverse.net/wp/contact-me/\">ask me</a>!</p>
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Crosman LDC w/ front sight

$27.00
Crosman LDC w/ front sight
Crosman LDC w/ front sight

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Crosman LDC w/ front sight

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Most LDCs require you to remove your front sight and use an optic. Sometimes you can glue on a shotgun sight and make things work. I designed this LDC to provide a excellent built in front sight that also increases your sight radius for better accuracy. Unlike most fiber optic front sights, this one uses a super fine (.029") fiber for better visibility without overpowering your sight picture.

In addition to providing a front sight, this LDC has a super slim profile that allows you to use it with a stock barreled 2240 or with the Benjamin Discovery with mild modification to the dust cap. It is also a great choice for a Crosman 1377/1322 with a longer barrel installed or a Benjamin Maximus with the unthreaded barrel.

Specifications

    • Overall length: 6.25"
    • Diameter: .79"
    • Weight: 1 oz
    • Construction: ABS 3D printed monocore set in a polymer shell with a optional decorative vinyl wrap. Quality made in U.S.A. fiber optic rod.
    • Slip fit installation with 4 set screws. Designed for standard Crosman barrels and to work with the stock rear sight. Does not work with 1/2-20 threaded barrels!

Installation

To install, unload your airgun, put it on safe, and depressurize. Remove your front sight. Slip the LDC over the muzzle, it should be a tight fit, rotate if necessary to get it to fully seat. Once it is seated, shine a light through the breech to verify that the LDC is concentric with the barrel. Rotate until alignment is reached. Check to make sure your front sight is aligned with the rear sight. Alternately tighten the four set screws until you feel them touch the barrel, do not over tighten!

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me!

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