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Which peep for my '94?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by JamisJockey, Dec 12, 2009.

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  1. JamisJockey

    JamisJockey member

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    Thinking of a peep sight for my Winchester 94 top eject. Would like to hear some recomendations.
     
  2. FRJ

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    I've got a Williams on mine. I take out the apeture and just shoot the ghost ring. They are inexpensive and totally adjustable. FRJ
     
  3. SwampWolf

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    Big plus 1 for FRJ's recommendation. The Lyman equivalent would be good too.
     
  4. Vern Humphrey

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    My Model 94 was purchased at the Post Exchange in Fort Sill, OK, in 1964. I put a Williams 5D aperture sight on it -- in those days, the sight cost $5.00, hence its name.

    I also put a Lyman Globe front sight on -- that's a tublar sight with interchangeable inserts. I like a big, fat, flat-topped post with that Williams rear.
     
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    I've got the Lyman, on my "92, '94 and Marlin '95. Don't bother with the aperatures. Use the ghost ring, you'll never be sorry.
     
  7. JamisJockey

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    Thanks. I'll probably order one this week.
     
  8. winter1857

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    I have the Lyman 66A. With the different appertures you can use it for a lot of different applications. Plus it's as rugged as death....


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