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.
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 .095" aperture screwed into the open peep hole, additional sizes available as an add-on.
Works great with our Fiber Optic Front Sights (Super Bright and Robust!)
CLOVERLEAF RECEIVER PEEP SIGHTS KEY FEATURES:
- Available for:
- Marlin 39A
- Marlin 336 30-30 and 35 Rem, Marlin 308, Marlin 338, Marlin 444, Marlin 1894's, Marlin 1895 45-70, Marlin 450M
- Works with your factory front sight height
- 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"). Comes with Shims for the 45-70 and 39A models that come with tall front sights.
- 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:
- CloverLeaf fiber optic peep (green or red) aperture spring assembly
- Traditional open / round aperture peep / spring assembly with one .095" screw-in aperture (additional aperture sizes available: .060" 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.
WINDAGE: Side-to-side (using set screw)
SIGHT HEIGHT: .26" - .36" works with factory front sights (using set screw)
CLOVERLEAF SPRING: 2.3" length
BASES 39A: 2.29" length
BASES 1894's: 3.31" length
BASES 30-30/308/338/444/45-70/10/22: 3.66" length
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.
SOME SUGGESTED FRONT SIGHT HEIGHTS
- .350" Sight (Marlin 39A, 60, 70, 75, 880/881, 882/883, 995, 336 30-30/35 Rem, 308/338, 44Mag/45 Colt/357Mag, 444, 1895 45-70, 450M)
- .500" Sight (Marlin 1895 45-70 Octagon barrels, 1894C/CL 218 bee, 32-30, 25-20)
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These sights are so much easier to use than the stock sights on my 1894. The rear are super easy to install. The front, takes a bit of banging with a brass punch. Overall, super stoked to take these out to the range and the woods. I used the fiber optic green cloverleaf rear with the red front and it is so easy to line up.
I am upgrading a friends Marlin. Removing the ugly picitinny rail and replacing it with the peep sight. He was totally impressed when he saw it and wanted to shoot it right away! The upgraded look was awesome.
I bought the Marlin 1894 (Black All Calibers) with the Traditional Round Aperture Spring + .095" Aperture (Screws Into Spring Aperture) and the .500” Height RED For Direct To Barrel Dovetail with the Blued .850" Diameter Sporter Barrel $34 (Profiles Such As 39A, 308, 336, 338, 1894) and everything was drop-in ready for my JM Marlin 1894 Cowboy in .357 Magnum / .38 Special. No filing, no fitting, no nothing! A little bit of love and patience with a brass punch was all it took for the front sight. The dovetail replacement slid in with some locktite (I used blue instead of the recommended red), and the rear sight screwed in without any issues. This drop-in installation is MUCH BETTER than competitors who often sell purposely oversized products that may make manufacturing easier for nearly all guns but make more work for the customer as they file and check, file and check, file and check, until everything fits just right. Thank you Ranger Point Precision!
Very happy. Just got these, installed them and took em to the range. Night and day from the stock sights on my marlin 336w in 30-30. Adam and his wife were very kind and helpful and ya'll helped make my lever gun my new favorite gun with these sights. Thanks!
10 times better than the stock Buckhorn sights on your lever action. You will not be disappointed.
Highly recommend this sight. I was quickly able to dial in my 1894 and the clover leaf adds a greater degree of consistency and shot placement.
I purchased the Cloverleaf rear peep sight for my Henry Big Boy Brass Receiver in 45 Colt. Web page stated for steel receiver, but fit my brass receiver like it was custom made for it! Ordered the sight in brass so that it would blend with my already brass receiver. I own one of the other aftermarket brand (I won't mention who) peep sights on another Henry rifle which works fine, but the fit and finish of the Ranger Point is outstanding. There attention to detail in machining and quality control is second to none. The ability to adjust windage and elevation with just a twist of an allen wrench is a snap! I highly recommend Ranger Point Precision and will be ordering more of there sights.
Got to be the best sights for a .357.
It took me about an hour to adjust the sights and figure out how to shoot with this new sight. At the end of that hour, I had it sighted in and learned a LOT. Maybe it is just me, but I got the best performance at 24 yds (the range's longest) by using 240gr JFP ammo and NOT freezing and concentrating on the sight alignment. If I relaxed and only concentrated on the muzzle end sight(front), and did it swiftly and smoothly, I finally shot my first 2 inch group at 24yds! NEVER before could I do that with stock sights nor HIViz sights. I will be purchasing the brass version for my 20" Henry. The sight seems to let your mind guide the bead to the center and then you pull the trigger. It is fascinating, but that seems to be what is happening. The bead is not clear unless it is in the center. Additionally, the cloverleaf...although intentionally blurring the target in places, also allows you to know where the target is...as opposed to totally covering it. I only wish the adjustment was a flat screw and not a hex. I forgot to take my hex allen wrench. I keep most necessary screwdrivers in my range bag. The allen wrench is in there now as we speak. ;-) Wonderful and interesting product! From this point on, the flaws will be in the shooter, not the equipment.