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Lyman™ No. 2 Tang Peep Sight Winchester 94 (Pre 2004 Models)

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The Lyman™ No. 2 Tang Peep Sight Winchester 94 (Pre 2004 Models) is constructed of blued steel and features height index marks on the aperture post, with maximum elevation of .800" for long range shooting.

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Lyman™ No. 2 Tang Peep Sight Winchester 94 (Pre 2004 Models)

The Lyman™ No. 2 Tang Peep Sight Winchester 94 (Pre 2004 Models) - Lyman has recreated the legendary sight that the Lyman Gun Sight Company was founded on in 1878. Like the original, the #2 is constructed of blued steel and features height index marks on the aperture post, with maximum elevation of .800" for long range shooting. The #2 Tang Sight's greater sight radius means an inherent increase in accuracy. The #2 Tang Sight includes both a .093 diameter quick sighting hunting aperture and a .040 diameter Large Disk Target Aperture. Also included is a replacement rear stock screw and front tang screw. This Marlin version features a special adapter which allows mounting on the tang without damaging the serial number. Please Note: All Marlin lever actions will need to be drilled and tapped before mounting. This sight will not work on new rifles with a tang safety.

  1. Be aware that this sight ... review by Glen on 6/17/2017

    Be aware that this sight is not mechanically adjustable for windage. However, once centered, either by shimming the base or moving the front sight, it is excellent for repeatability. I have one on a pre-64 model 94 and one on my Rossi 92 wannabee, and have used them with perfect satisfaction. A useful trick in mounting one of these is to bolt the sight on to the tang using only the rear screw and align the sight so that peering through the peep you align the old sights in the center of the aperture. Mark the tang with a marker and CAREFULLY center punch the tang to mark it for drilling the front hole. Clamp the action minus the stock into a drill press vise and brace the barrel to hold it in position while drilling. If you screw up the drilling, all is not lost. Small shims cut from aluminum cans or old cartridge cases stuffed under one edge of the base will tilt the base to allow it to be centered. (Though it may look like heck). If you don\'t have a good quality drill press, then have a gun smith install the sight.

  2. Exactly what I was ... review by James on 6/17/2017

    Exactly what I was looking for. A very high quality tang sight.

  3. A well made sight, but it ... review by Eric on 6/17/2017

    A well made sight, but it is way too high, even at it\'s lowest adjustment to use on a vintage model 1894 without a front ramp sight. I wish they advertised that before I bought it.

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