So a friend of mine lives in a nice rural area and likes to keep some farm animals. They mostly have chickens and ducks. They asked me if I can take care of some racoons that killed some of their birds. They've seen at least 3 raccoons raiding the chicken coop early in the morning (about 4:00 AM). I sat out there once for about an hour and I saw at least 1 raccoon sneaking around but my vision didn't adapt nearly as well as I thought it would and I couldn't line up the buckhorn sights on my rifle well enough for a reliable shot. I also tried building a live trap out of some scrap wood but I can't get the trigger on the door nearly sensitive enough so that a raccoon will set it off. Anyways, I've given up on all trapping efforts and I just really want an excuse to make at least one of my rifles usable in low light. The two possible rifles are a Henry .22lr or a Marlin 25N (also a .22lr). Should I buy a cheapo red dot sight and attempt to mount it on my Marlin? The receiver has a sort of scope mounting system already but it's weird and I think its fairly unique. Maybe there's an adapter. Or would the red dot sight kill my vision even worse at night time? Or is there some non-permanent modification I can apply to the buck horns on the Henry to make it usable in low light? I tried smearing glowing paint on some Mosin sights once but it was crappy paint with very little effect. Like I said, I'd really like to have one of these rifles set up for low light use anyways. Any input would be appreciated.