Included in the box: one front sight, one rear rail mounted backup sight, one picatinny scope mount rail,one Torx star screwdriver bit, and four T15 Torx screws (recommend 2 drops Blue or Purple Loctite).
Available Models: Built for Henry Repeating Arms (30-30, 45-70, and .410) and Marlin Firearms (1894, 336, 308, 338, 1895, 444)
1. Precision Machined, Adjustable Rifle Scope Mount Rails and Sights - Built to Last and Improve Accuracy
Low profile and the strongest picatinny rails specifically designed for Marlin lever-action rifles. Designed from the receiver up, these low-profile scope mounts offer improved bore-to-optic positioning and eliminate movement for better accuracy even under the harshest recoil of a big bore rifle.
- Unbeatable Rhino toughness and repeatability
- Compatible with most picatinny and weaver rings and dovetail mounted sights
- Low height of .35" and come in two lengths 5" receiver flush and 6" a bit longer
- Better alignment than two-piece mounts
- Contoured bottom and 10 MOA machined in for more elevation flexibility (zeroes to 0-5 due of negative cant on rifle receiver)
- Made from strong-as-steel anodized 7075 aluminum for light weight and rust-proof lifetime
- 2X the recoil lug contact improves accuracy by eliminating scope movement under the harshest recoil
- A set of four self-centering T15 Torx drive screws resist cam-out and offer the most stable and repeatable bond between rail and receiver
2. First of its kind Rear Backup Sight - Wide, open sight picture + Flush mounted to the front of the picatinny rail
Prior to this first-of-its-kind integrated backup sights system, virtually all gun sights designed for use as a backup to primary optical scope systems, particularly on traditional, dropped comb rifles, force the shooter to a) remove the rear sight altogether (e.g. like a Williams Ace in the Hole) or b) mount the primary optical device in a high or otherwise unwieldy position.
Additionally, most sight systems have been a compromise between large, open apertures, which afford good light throughput at the cost of precision, or smaller peep apertures which afford better precision at the cost of poor light throughput.
Lastly, non-glass aiming devices - commonly referred to as iron sights - have only afforded one aiming point, with no provision for secondary aiming points "on the fly" for shooting at greater distances (how to set a primary and secondary aim point)
- Rapid target acquisition with bright, clear sight picture (day or night);
- Flush mounted rear sight on our RHINO optics mounting rail.
- CNC machined from 7075 aluminum, anodized black (Lightweight, high strength, rust proof)
- - Flush mounts onto the front of the picatinny rail (won't get in the way of your scope, recommend Warne 1" Quick Detach Low Scope Mount Rings)
- - Better alignment than two-piece scope mounts; One of the lowest heights of any one piece mount (.35" Rhino, 5" or 6" lengths)
- - Contoured bottom provides unshakeable stability on slightly domed Marlin receivers; 10 MOA machined in for more elevation flexibility (zeroes to 0-5 due of negative cant on rifle receiver)
- - A set of four self-centering T15 Torx drive screws resist cam-out and offer the most stable and repeatable bond between rail and receiver
- - 2X the recoil lug contact improves accuracy by eliminating scope movement under the harshest recoil
- - Compatible with most picatinny and weaver rings
3. Ranger Point 3/8" Dovetail Front Sights
- Come in five heights including .235", .300", .365", .410" and .535" and are .25" wide.
- Standard 3/8" dovetail fits in barrel dovetail or into rifle's factory ramp with one set screw ("loose slip sight," recommend one drop of purple loctite)
- Triangular front sight shape with orange or green for easy target acquisition
- Windage adjustable with set screw without the need for punches or hammers
- Horizontal elevation notches for "secondary aim" on the fly shooting from 100 yds to 200, 300...
Some common front sight rifle heights (some are not, some use ramps or not, please double check the support page to measure and confirm your needs)
- .235" Sight (Marlin 444, 1895)
- .300" Sight (Marlin 39A, 60, 70, 75, 880/881, 882/883, 995)
- .365" Sight (Marlin 308, 336, 338, 1894; Henry 30-30, 45/70, .410; Savage 99, Winchester 94)
- .410" Sight (Marlin 1895 Octagon, Winchester 94, Ruger 22)
- .535" Sight (Marlin 1894C/CL, Henry Big Boy Steels, 30-30, 45/70, .410)
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I purchased a JM stamped .357 Marlin that had a Picatinny rail with a ghost ring sight installed. The rail and ghost ring were nice, but not ideal for my purposes.
I primarily plan on using this rifle for hunting whitetail deer in brush. Additionally, this rifle compliments my handgun of the same caliber. The Marlin Picatinny Rail, Peep Sight Set I purchased from you, is exactly what I wanted and need for my shooting purposes. This system will allow me to mount a scope if I want and use both systems seamlessly together, allowing me to choose between the two options as needed. I could not be happier with this purchase and would recommend this to others with similar a goal in mind.
I mounted the Rhino Rail with integral sight and front sight on my chopped, rebored 30AS 356W and all I can say is that it checks all the boxes for a scope mount with a backup sight set. It is low profile and built bullet proof, yet very streamlined looking. I got a chance to shoot it this past weekend and at 50 yards was shooting a little over an inch groups.
I bought a 5" rail with a night sight front sight post. Haven't zeroed in yet, but it all fit perfectly and went together with ease. Night sights light up with minimal exposure and seem to stay luminous for a good long while. For the perspective buyer, windage adjusts by the front sight obviously, but the elevation adjusts by sliding the rear sight up and down in a dovetail slot and locking in place with a set screw. Really genius actually
Bought this rail and sight set for my 1895G that I decided to scope due to my "aging" vision. I liked the idea of having a "B.U.I.S." like an AR type rifle and this fits that role perfectly. I was hesitant at first with the different sight picture vs a peep style but once I got out to the range with it I knew it was a non issue. I have no problems picking up the front sight and it seems faster to get on target with a more "open" view then a peep. I mounted a Leupold VXIII 1.5x6 on it with QD rings and it was darn near zeroed from the start. Very happy with this set up!
All my Marlins are iron sights, but I wanted to scope one for low light hunting situations. This is the best of both worlds. Solid top notch product. Texan/US made!
I live in San Antonio and thought about driving over to save shipping. After the very fast and professional service I received from you, I’ll make sure to stop in next time I’m a little closer. I love the large loop lever… very well thought out and, aesthetically, the best looking one out there for sure. Your integrated rail / iron sights are pure genius. I predict you won’t be able to keep those in stock. It is way, way cool. You guys are doing great, keep it going.