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marlin 60

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by marlin60, Oct 9, 2009.

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  1. marlin60

    marlin60 Member

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    Do they make any cheaper sights for it.Right know my barrel,tube and reciever is painted od green by wilson combat and i have a simmons scope. and the old stock i painted black. its the best one ive seen
     
  2. chevyforlife21

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    what do you mean cheaper then the factory sights?
     
  3. marlin60

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    i meant knew sights.The only ones ive seen are peep sights. and they are to tall
     
  4. chevyforlife21

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    i think those are the only other sights made. the factory sighs are very accurate to begin with. so i dont think there is a big market for them.
     
  5. marlin60

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    Do you have a 60
     
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    I'd take issue with that. The factory sights on my Mod 60 are terrible. Its next to impossible to get consistent groups with them because the rear sight drifts from where you adjust it. I just gave in and bought Techsights for it. Accurate gun, bad sights.
     
  7. jimmyraythomason

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    I have never had a problem with a model 60s factory sights. I prefer to use a scope but not because the irons are bad(my eyes are). Deckard, I have never experienced any drift of a rear sight. They have all been rock solid.
     
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  8. chevyforlife21

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    yes i have a 60 its one of the old sought after 18 rounders. it shoots 1/4 groups with those sights and rarely jams.
     
  9. marlin60

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    Mine is pretty sweet.igot a simmons master sieries scope on mine and it shoots nice
     
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    One Ragged Hole makes some that look decent. Don't know about cheaper, though.

    I'll have to replace my 1-piece rear sight with a flip-up base to use them, but they're on my to-do list.

    Would like sights at the rear of the scope rail cut, but the stock puts my eye a bit high for them there. I may need the little space to give me room to mash my face down.
     
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