OK, how in the heck does one shoot accurately with a tang peep sight on a lever action? I love the idea of a tang peep, but cannot shoot one accurately enough. I look thru it (with the smallest aperture) and see the front sight, its base, and part of the barrel! Try to center the front sight in the huge area is seemingly guess-work. While not as snazzy, the factory buckhorn rear sight on the barrel works alot better for me. Case in point, I had a pair of levers out shooting bowling pins at 150 yards yesterday. One Browning 53 (remake of Winchester 53) in .32-20 with buckhorn rear sight; and one Browning 65 (remake of Winchester 65) in .218 Bee with tang peep. Got 2-3 times as many hits on the pins with the .32-20 (buckhorn sight) than the Bee (tang peep). So, is it just me, or do you have trouble shooting tang peeps as well?!?! :?