flip-up

flip-up

adj (prenominal)
able to be opened by being flipped upwards
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Dave is a former high power shooter, and as such he prefers the Knight's Armament 600-meter flip-up rear sight.
Which I think is a stupid amount of money to spend on a back-up sight, you're not going to be shooting Camp Perry with a flip-up, and I told Fortier the same .
For the best balance of performance per dollar spent, I think the best iron sights on the market are the UTG Low Profile Flip-Up sights (see sidebar).
Topping the gun are flip-up sights designed and manufactured by Yankee Hill.
pull (measured) SIGHTS YHM front and rear flip-ups PRICE: $1,400 MANUFACTURER: Yankee Hill Machine, YHM.
The company showcased its new Flip-Up Loupes - redesigned, rethought and reengineered from hinge to lens.
Add to that, countless frame options for every size and style and this flip-up takes comfort and innovation to completely new sights.
Since it's founding in 1999, PeriOptix(TM) has introduced a number of innovations in the dental and surgical loupe market that include a unique the Hogies(TM) modular frame system, the first portable LED light source, and a proprietary locking mechanism designed to simplify the adjustment of flip-up style loupes.
Its flip-up antenna serves both as a radio frequency receiver and an automatic on/off switch for Internet applications.
The standard PCS phone with an active flip-up earpiece has a suggested retail price of $199.
At its autumn/winter 2017 show, Prada showcased yellow lenses glazed into quirky, plastic frames, while Gucci presented yellow lenses as fist-sized flip-ups.
PeriOptix will be showcasing its new MicroLine[TM] Flip-Ups along with its newest generation through-the-lens (TTL) loupes and mini LED headlight.