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Iron sights are a system of shaped alignment markers (usually metal) used as a sighting device to assist in the aiming of a device such as a firearm, crossbow, or telescope, and exclude the use of optics as in reflector (reflex) sights, holographic sights, and telescopic sights.Iron sights are typically composed of two component sights, formed by metal blades: a rear sight mounted perpendicular to the line of sight and a front sight that is a post, bead, ramp, or ring. Open sights use a notch of some sort as the rear sight, while aperture sights use some form of a circular hole. Civilian, hunting, and police firearms usually feature open sights, while many military battle rifles employ aperture sights.
The earliest and simplest iron sights are fixed and cannot be easily adjusted. Many iron sights are designed to be adjustable for sighting in firearms by adjusting the sights for elevation or windage. On many firearms it is the rear sight that is adjustable.
For precision applications such as hunting or sniping, the iron sights are usually replaced by a telescopic sight. Iron sights may still be fitted alongside other sighting devices (or in the case of some models of optics, incorporated integrally) for back-up usage.
What we have here is a very cool old Savage. Savage Super Sporter, still has the original sights and a nice Lyman 40s peep sight.it’s chambered in 30-06
Bore, chamber is in fine shape. The bluing is in great shape for its age. Barrel is 24” long, receiver has never been drilled For a scope.
Anybody got a beat up old stock to cannibalize?
Donor wood doesn't have to be a perfect match in wood or grain. The closer the better though. Even old 721 or 722 wood will do
I have done this sort of thing before, and when also converting the safe lever area on a 700 stock to fit a 725...
I'm wondering if anyone can lead me to a website (or individual) where I can find a Peep Sight for my Winchester 94 (Post 59 / Pre 64)
Looking into what was available for the era, I'm almost 100% sure I want a Redfield Brand, Model 70-E, 80-E or 102-E.
You'll be helping me re-kindle the rifle I...
This came off my Collector's Series III (building an M1 replica).
OD green with removable modular stock piece. This is the standard size, no riser. You can get a shorter or compact stock and / or one with the riser and it fits right in. The stock is in perfect condition with no marks from...
Chiappa Firearms Little Badger Single Round Rifle 22lr
In excellent shape. Has factory threaded 16.5" barrel. Comes with factory case (pictured).
I'm not interested in trades and would prefer a face-to-face sale in the Vancouver, WA or North Portland, OR area.
Long shot but if ya don't ask , ya don't know...:D
I am willing to trade 3 of my single shot .22 rifles ( two Stevens model 15 rifles , and one J.C. Higgins copy of a Stevens model 15 ) for a .22 rifle with a peep sight.
My three rifles all work and shoot well...if you have good eyes...:D
This is mostly just a gripe thread but I could use some suggestions as well. I emailed CZ asking if their Williams aperture sight would work with the 457. The responded back "Yes" and also recommended a fiber optic front sight.
Well, it turns out that the new bolt design means that the...
All three sold together.
Best if you know a bit about firearms.
Note: all are “C” models
Only one has front sight- Olympic
I have two rear sight apertures
One is missing the magazine release button
Buyer pays transfer at Tigard Pawn