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This is a discussion on Peep sight within the Rifles forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; I'm looking around for a generic type of rear peep sight that mounts on a picatinny rail. I have a rail for my Marlin 39A ...


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Old January 28th, 2017, 07:25 PM   #1
 
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Peep sight

I'm looking around for a generic type of rear peep sight that mounts on a picatinny rail. I have a rail for my Marlin 39A and can find an inexpensive one for my 10/22. I would like to be able to find a rear peep sight that I can mount on either one that would leave room on the rail to put a red dot if I want.

I can find peep sights for each rifle, but they are specific to the rifle. I could go that way, but the peep sight for the Marlin does incorporate the picatinny rail so I could not put the red dot on without doing a total hardware swap-out.

Anybody know of a rear peep sight that would fit the bill? I see them for AR's, but they would be too high.



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