Innovation, attention to detail, uncompromising functionality, stunning good looks, and "clover leaf groups" precision put our RPP CloverLeaf Receiver Peep Sights in a class by themselves. Shoot beautifully.
What makes these peep sights different? The peep sight has been mired in compromise and this sight looks to stop that.
- Traditional receiver mounted rear peep sights are too tall, forcing you to go on a hunt for a suitable front sight when you'd rather be hunting.
- Delicate aperture stems are exposed to rough handling, come loose / unscrewed during use, and are prone to snagging.
- Elevation and windage adjustments use fiddly double set screws that often vibrate loose.
- Blued steel bases rust and lose their luster.
- And what aperture to choose? A .095" is precise, but worthless in low light hunting conditions. A Ghost ring is fast and bright, but not very useful for precision long shots.
At Ranger Point Precision, we believe that bad traditions should be rethought. The design team that brought you the innovative Marlin 1894 Extractor now brings you a brilliant new lever-action peep sighting solution. We didn't negotiate. We didn't compromise. We crushed it.
In the Package: All peep sights come with one base w/windage screw, one aperture spring w/ elevation screw, two mounting screws, one Allen wrench.
Note: Traditional open/round peep sight option comes with one .95" aperture screwed into the open peep hole, additional sizes available as an add-on.
CLOVERLEAF RECEIVER PEEP SIGHTS KEY FEATURES:
- Available for Marlin 336, Marlin 308, Marlin 338, Marlin 444, Marlin 1894, Marlin 1895, Marlin 450M, Henry H009 30-30, Henry H010 45/70 (coming later this Summer Marlin 39A and Henry Big Boy Steel options)
- Sleek, low profile, snag-free winged base secures the aperture spring against damage and zero loss while presenting an elegant, dare we say sexy?, profile.
- Low aperture height elevations (from .26" - .36"). For Marlin Firearms rifles, if you like your front sight, you can keep your front sight. Seriously. No, we mean it. For Henry's, some come with a pretty tall front sight so you may need a shorter front sight.
- Clearly marked, scope-like windage and elevation marks make for quick and precise adjustment
- Patent pending CloverLeaf aperture option provides an exceptionally large, bright target picture while still allowing for scope-like, precise shot placement.
- Patent pending one-piece aperture spring assembly offers robust, repeatable adjustment, and interchangeability between all bases. Aperture spring assembly options include:
- 1) CloverLeaf fiber optic peep (yellow or orange) / spring assembly
- 2) CloverLeaf peep /spring assembly
- 3) Traditional open / round aperture peep / spring assembly with one .95" screw-in aperture (additional aperture sizes available: .60" and .125")
- Matte blasted top sighting channel greatly reduces reflective light interference.
- Anodized 7075 billet (black or clear) or lacquered brass bar stock bases look great for a lifetime.
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I have to say that this Company and the Products they Create are simply Amazing! Kim kept me up to date on a new model CloverLeaf they were working on to go on my Henry All Weather .357 from start to finish. When it became available i ordered it and had it in days and on the rifle. The range visit was simple as i had it all sighted in within a few shots. Kuddos to you all at Ranger Point, you all Rock!
This sight was mounted on my Marlin Guide Gun for use in heavy thickets. Sight was very well made and mounted to my 1895 perfectly. Allows a quick sight picture to be made. It will be one of the additions to my rifle that will always be there and do what it's suppose to do every time. I don't want to have to think about my sights, just use them when needed quickly. this is perfect for that. It is the right choice for a working rifle.
I ordered my RPP peep on Tuesday the 17th and received it on Friday the 20th. Had that rascal installed within 10 minutes. Since I already had the buckhorn sight zeroed, I adjusted the RPP to place the RPP, buckhorn, and bead front in alignment before I removed the buckhorn. I must say that Adam came up with an out of the box solution for windage adjustment that will work quite well. I took it to the range today (Sunday the 22nd). Quickly zeroed at 25 yards then took it to the 100 yard mark using my load of 14.8 grains of A2400 under the Hornady 158 FP/XTP (1690 FPS). Really like the means of adjustment on the sights. Easy to determine the inches of shift per turn to the Allen head screws. I managed a 3" group at 100 which, with my eyes, pleases me. I used the .095 aperture for zeroing. Without the aperture insert, the ghost ring effect was a little too faint for me, far sightedness causes this I think. I think I'll order the .125 aperture and give it a whirl. In short, I'm well pleased with this sight, the speed of delivery, design, and function.
The Cloverleaf sight landed at my door 20 minutes ago, and a day ahead of schedule at that! First impression is a very well machined piece of work. After putting it on my 1894FG, it is very much lower than the Skinner set that was there earlier. So much lower that I am going to have to order a dovetail filler for the rear sight. I can't see through with the new sight! I think this is going to work well with the original front sight. The Cloverleaf design is different, I like it, just going to take a little getting used too. Very open. Easy to pick up. Adam, another nice design, well done.
Installed my new stainless steel cloverleaf sight on the 336SS today. They arrived yesterday, quickly, considering they were ordered on a holiday weekend. As expected, the machining is very well done. What I find impressive, is the cloverleaf idea. It lets a lot of light in, yet the cloverleaf becomes almost invisible, while the edges look like horizontal and vertical hash marks on a scope, for fast, precision centering of the front sight. Really cool!