I do as well. I know people who claim to have taken 200+ yard shots with open sights, but I'm not one of them. I respect the game I hunt more than to try something like that. Paper is one thing, but I don't mess around when it comes to cleanly killing game. If I can scope it, I do. If I want a "traditional" experience, I'll take my bow. Having said that, my pre-64 Win 94 wears a Williams peep sight in the rear dovetail and a fiber optic front bead. I've tried literally dozens of sight and scope combinations on that rifle, and that to my eyes, works the best. It wore a 4x Weaver in a side mount for nearly 20 years before I had bolt action rifles I could scope, but now it's back to open sights for plinking and close-range hog hunting.