- Feb 27, 2022
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A word to the wise. Just because it's MIL-SPEC doesn't mean it's better. The US Government wants something. They decide to buy. They set someone down and tell they what they need. What and how it is to be used and then to figure out what they can afford within a given budget. Then they write up a contract that the winning LOW BIDDER says they will make good any faults that show up in X amount time. Now say with a pistol sight. What they come up with MAY be of higher standard than a company already makes an it MAY be lower. The company isn't going to say that outloud. They are going use that MIL-SPEC rating to sell to the civilian population!