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Which sight for Marlin 1894SS?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by texgunner, Nov 16, 2008.

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  1. texgunner

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  2. Claude Clay

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    for CASS i would go with the ghost ring
     
  3. ShakyJake

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    sights 1894

    Hi,
    Check in with Doc Skinner and his Skinner sights for the Marlin lever actions
    www.skinnersights.com He will work with you and they are reasonable.
    TaKe CaRe
    Ted
     
  4. owlhoot

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    Both sights are illegal for Cowboy Action Shooting.

    The first sight is for a rifle with a ramp front sight.

    The second (Williams) sight is for a rifle with a dove tail front sight.

    Personally, I would go for the Williams sight. It is on sale and is much less expensive. Plus, I like the tube front sight.
     
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    Shaky Jake, thanks for that website. Those are really neat sights at excellent prices.
     
  6. Harve Curry

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    Another sight to consider is the Marbles Tang Sight.
    http://www.midwayusa.com/esearch.exe/search
    It's adjustable for windage and elevation with knobs that have detent clicks. I memorize the clicks and can go 50 to 100 yards and be on. Also comes with different arpeture sizes. I think your Marlin tang is already drilled for it. I carry it in a saddle scabbard and it has held it's zero.
     
  7. texgunner

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    Thanks for the website, I like those Skinner sights. I may get those instead.

    Tex
     
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