Built for Henry Repeating Arms (30-30, 45-70, .410, Big Boy) and Marlin Firearms (1894, 336, 308, 338, 1895, 444)
Included in the box: one rear site (flush mounts onto front of rail),one picatinny scope mount rail, four T15 Torx screws (recommend 2 drops Blue or Purple Loctite), and one Torx star screwdriver bit.
Integrated Rear Backup Sight. Won't get in the way of your mounted optic. Scope-like reticles and a bright, clear sight picture for fast target acquisition and accuracy.
Meticulously designed to offer:
- The brightest, clearest sight picture with a wide oval shaped aperture and scope like reticles for good light throughput
- Flush mounts onto the front of the rail (won't get in the way of your scope)
- Multi-Step Elevator .340 to .450 height adjustable "on the fly" by sliding it up and down on the rail
- Machined from 7075 aluminum and anodized black (strong as steel and does not rust).
- Night Sight upgrade ($10) white in the day / neon green day/night; charges with a flashlight, stays charged for hours, brighter and more visible than tritium or a fiber optic
Precision Machined, Adjustable Rifle Scope Mount Rails and Sights - Built to Last and Improve Accuracy
The strongest picatinny scope mount optics rails and specifically designed for Marlin Firearms and Henry Repeating Arms lever-action rifles. Designed from the receiver up, these low-profile scope mount rails 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
Choosing the right front sight height. Rear Sight Elevation. Front Sight Windage. Primary and Secondary aim points.
What size front sight do you need? How does elevation work on the rear sight or windage on the front sight? How do I set a primary or secondary aim point? Everything that you need to know here.
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