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Mojo sights

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by tahoe2, Sep 14, 2012.

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  1. tahoe2

    tahoe2 Member

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    Have you'all heard of em? I put one on my M98k and it is awesome!! It replaces the original rear sight but does not permanently alter the weapon.
    I shrank my groups from 6"-8" with original military sights to 4"-6" off hand and 3"-4" from the bench(old eyes).
    cost was about $70 bucks a few years ago (haven't checked price recently), but I retained the original front sight.
    Just thought I would throw that out there, for milsurp owners not in the know!
    That's a six inch target from last year, I need to take that mauser out again for some plinkin.
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    websight

    mojosights.com is the sight and they do many rifles. Swedes, Mosins, AK's etc...
     
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    Awesome sights.

    i use them on my SKS, Yugo M48A, Swiss K31, Nagant, and maybe one other. They are good sights and easily adjustable. Also generally you will not need to alter the rifles you just replace the old military one with the new one.

    Here is their sight.

    Nice 98K OP!
     
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    I have sets on a Turkish Mauser, Mosin M38 and M91/30. Great sight picture and helped close my groups substantially over the original battle sights.
     
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