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Peep Sight For Marlin 60?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by MikeJackmin, Jan 22, 2007.

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  1. MikeJackmin

    MikeJackmin Member

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    Anybody make a peep sight for the .22 marlin model 60? I haven't been able to google one up...
     
  2. rangerruck

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    williams peeps make one that fits right on the dovetail.
     
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    WGRS 54

    I have one for my Model 60. You will need a taller front sight with this peep. I believe they also make one specifically for the 60 and that one may not need a taller front sight. I bought mine through MidwayUSA.
     
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    http://www.williamsgunsight.com/gunsights/FPpage.htm

    FP-GR For air guns and .22 rifles with dovetail grooved receivers and low line of sights. No drilling and tapping required. $69.95

    FP-GR-TK For air guns and .22 rifles with dovetail grooved receivers and low line of sights. No drilling and tapping required. (With Target Knobs) $81.50

    ...and here at MidwayUSA:
    http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpa...oo_shopping&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=10636

    Williams FP-GR Receiver Peep Sight Airguns, 22 Rifles with Dovetail Receivers and Low Line of Sights Aluminum Black $58.99
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    Hi Guys,
    Tech-SIGHTS is in the process of bringing a "GI" type sighting system to market for the Marlin 60 and 795. The sights will be similar to the TSR200 that we are selling for the Ruger 10/22. It will be windage and elevation adjustable at the rear sight and will accept AR15front sight posts. The prototyping is complete and we are begining the tooling up stage. It will be mid to late summer before the sighting systems will be ready. Here are a couple of illustrations of the front and rear sights.

    Let me know what you think about the design.

    Larry Nesseth
    Tech-SIGHTS
     

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    That would be cool Larry! Way to go on these great sights. I have both types on my SKS and love 'em. :)

    Will that new sight just fit on the standard rimfire dovetail? If so, it could probably be adapted to a lot of different guns.
     
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    THe TS200 I have for my Yugo SKSs are great. I was going to get a Williams sight, but I'll wait on this now.

    I've found the TS200 to be great quality and much more accurate for my 54 year old eyes.

    Congratulations to Tech-Sights for bringing out another quality product.

    Steve
     
  9. law27

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    Thanks for the feedback. The new sight will attach to the 3/8" rails. This will open up this sight for a lot of applications. It will also fit on the top of the Weaver TO9 scoperail for the Ruger 10/22. This will allow the use of a scope or red dot and iron sights. This will be a dynamite combination as well.
     
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    Way cool1 I have a 60 and want those now real bad! I can ditch the cheapo scope that came with the gun....
     
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    looks great, iv gota have a set. what price are they going for?
     
  12. MikeJackmin

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    The GI style sights looks great. There is a very good chance I will buy a set once they come out.
     
  14. law27

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    Hi Guys,
    I know its been a while.....but the Marlin "GI" sighting system is finally ready!! It is one of my favorites. Easy to install. All that you need is a screwdriver and a little medium strength loctite and you are good to go.

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    Check it out at
    http://www.Tech-SIGHTS.com

    Thanks for the interest,
    Larry
     
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    look at the 'new tech sites' thread, just below...
     
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