flip-up

flip-up

adj (prenominal)
able to be opened by being flipped upwards
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I mounted MAGPUL, MBUS front and rear flip-up sights on both guns.
M215 9mm shown here is stock and awaiting flip-up sights and SIG Sauer ROMEO 4.
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.NET ACCURACY RESULTS YANKEE HILL MACHINE KR7 CARBINE Bullet Muzzle Standard Avg.
His most famous was the 'Donkey Kick' goal for the Sky Blues in 1972 which won him the Goal of The Season award and owed much to the 'flip-up' by Willie Carr.
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 ...
It offers a cheaper alternative to get e-mail access instead of having to buy a computer, consisting of a flip-up screen with telephone.
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.
With the market becoming increasingly fragmented and vertical, Suntech has responded with such niche brands as Kidz, for 1- to 10-year-olds; Solartech flip-ups, and Euroline, inspired by ladies' European designer models.