Ditto what Drew says about the Lyman #21 repro if anyone has a '86, '95, or '94 - or an old Marlin - with the holes already drilled in the receiver. They come in two sizes for long and short receivers. I bought mine directly from Providence Tool.Sebago Son said:
I absolutely agree with you Amigo... Receiver sights are fast and accurate. Ideal for the woods and timber or whereever game is jumped and moving.xtimberman said:I don't know whether or not this has already been mentioned, but I find that a rifle with a receiver-mounted aperture sight is much quicker to line up on target than the same rifle with a tang-mounted aperture sight....also quicker than the same rifle with open sights.
IMO, a rifle mounted with a receiver sight is the best one to have when stalking and walking-up big game.