New!! Unity Tactical MONKEY BAR

Unity Tactical just released a sneak peek at a brand new product they will be bringing out soon called the MONKEY BAR. The new Unity Tactical MONKEY BAR is a light mount bar that replaces the clamp on the front sight of a Magpul MBUS PRO sight creating one complete unit. In the photo shown they have a Scout Light mounted to it. No word yet as to whether or not they will be making additional mount options but I would think that is a natural progression.

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Unity Tactical is proud to announce the “Monkey Bar”. A replacement clamp for the excellent Magpul™ MBUS™ PRO line of Backup Iron Sights.


The Monkey Bar replaces the OEM clamp to provide the user with a solid and lightweight FUSION compatible mounting interface. The FUSION interface allows you to directly mount Surefire™ Scout Lights as well as 1913 rail sections (Using the Offset Rail), 1” or Executive Series Ring Lights (Using the FUSION Ring Mounts) or Surefire ™ Millennium Series Lights (Using the Millennium Series Adapter). The Monkey Bar is precision machined out of 6061-T6 aluminum and Type 3 Hardcoat anodized for durability. It adds 0.2 Ounces of weight over the MBUS™ Pro alone, so it’s one of the lightest weight mounts on the market. It is currently in production and will be available at the end of April.

Q. When will it be available?
A. About 6 weeks. (posted on March 18th)

Q. How much does it weigh?
A. Net weight increase of less than 0.2oz. That’s like less than one of Kyle Lamb’s beard hairs.

Q. Why is called Monkey Bar?
A. Because America, that’s why.

Q. Will it make me more attractive to women?
A. Yes.

Q. This is incredible, it must cost like a thousand dollars?
A. Nope! Street price will be well under $40, which is about 7 rounds of M855.

Will keep you all posted if I hear any additional info.  

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