EZ Accuracy introduces the EZ-60 Offset Fiber Optic Sights

EZ Accuracy introduces the EZ-60 Offset Fiber Optic Sights
EZ Accuracy introduces the EZ-60 Offset Fiber Optic Sights

WARMINSTER, Pennsylvania-(Ammoland.com)- EZ Accuracy, a gunsmith shop and innovator of firearms tools and accessories, announced today the release of 60-degree offset sights that use Williams Gun Sight Company fiber optics. The sights are the brainchild of avid 3-gun shooter Chris Englebert.

“I didn’t like having to constantly adjust my scopes magnification. It takes valuable time while quickly transitioning between multiple targets at different distances, time I didn’t want to lose,” says Chris. “The only offset sights on the market were based on standard military sights and I wanted something more precise.”

While military style sights are fine for combat, they lack pin point accuracy. When Chris brought the idea to Eric Feldman of EZ Accuracy, the two realized they could use what is already on the market by partnering with Williams Gun Sight Company.

“I’ve always been a fan of Williams fiber optic sights and have used them on my own guns as well as customers guns for many years,” says Eric. “They are made to a high standard and hold up well. Having an optic with magnification is obviously needed for distance shots, but for me, there isn’t anything better than traditional style fiber optic for close shots.”

Most offset sights are clocked at 45 degrees. After extensive testing, it was realized that a 60-degree offset doesn’t require the user to manipulate the rifle much more and it ensures that the sights will clear the large turrets found on some scopes today. The set will slide onto any mil-spec picatinny rail and uses a socket head screw to clamp them into place. They are 100% made in the USA and are machined from the bar stock of a high-quality aluminum.

After extensive testing, it was realized that a 60-degree offset doesn’t require the user to manipulate the rifle much more and it ensures that the sights will clear the large turrets found on some scopes today.
After extensive testing, it was realized that a 60-degree offset doesn’t require the user to manipulate the rifle much more and it ensures that the sights will clear the large turrets found on some scopes today.

These sights were designed to fill a void in the competition market but we see a use in hunting rifles as well, as more and more states begin to allow the use of semi-auto rifles. There is nothing worse than missing an animal that requires a close shot but you lose it in the magnification of the scope.EZ Accuracy logo

EZ Accuracy is currently taking pre-orders for the sight sets at a discounted rate and are offering free shipping. The introductory sale price is $115 which includes the EZ 60 (sight set) as well as the Williams Gun Sight Company fiber optics. Orders are expected to ship by the end of May so head to www.Ezaccuracy.com to place your order.

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I don’t have a problem with large scope turrets. I would, however have a problem with manipulating the rifle more than 45°. Are there any plans for an EZ-35 or 40? I would buy a couple of sets of those in a heartbeat.

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What a great idea, 60 deg. offset.

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Way back in the day, my Dad and I had 348 Winchesters .We used Weaver 2.5x scopes and the mount was a Weaver side mounted base that was raised ever so slightly but was off-set so a shot could be made at close range using our “Iron Sights”. Now you’d think that hunting Mule Deer in the West Trans-Pecos area of far West Texas would only be shots of 200 – 300 ++ yards or so. No that wasn’t the case. Many times we made shots under 50 yards. Many times ! So I will be looking to acquire one… Read more »

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“…more and more states begin to allow the use of semi-auto rifles.”

Wow, that is mighty generous of the local tyrants…bow, scrape, whimper.