Unless a different sight was special-ordered, it would have come with the Series 26 rear sight, which was made in-house by Winchester. firstname.lastname@example.org
your sight You could drop them into water, the corks will float and the marbles will sink.
I think if you flip the sight forward it is for 50 yards. flip the sight back and you have 100 yards..............
Lyman is currently only producing the #2 tang sight, which is not designed for the Winchester 9422. Marble's makes a tang sight for the Winchester 9422. The LR version requires the 009812 sight and the 9422 Magnum requires the 009837 sight. email@example.com
adjust rear sight up for distance
Yes. I doubt if Winchester ever produced a firearm without the company name or at least the WRA emblem prominently displayed. Slight correction to my previous answer. Winchester manufactured shotguns and a few rifles for Sears Roebuck and these will not carry the company name or trademark. However, even if produced BY Winchester as an exact copy of a company model, they are NOT Winchesters. The name Winchester is often stamped just to the right of the rear sight. -j. On 1894 and 94 rifles made before WWII, the name WINCHESTER is stamped on the upper stock tang. On post-war guns, it is on the left side of the barrel, below the rear sight.
it probably slides out. best check with gunsmith
Most came with a tooth ramped iron sight.But there could be different styles depending on the age of your Winchester model 1894 rifle,such as a peep sight,a full buckhorn sight,etc.
The standard mod 70 had a Winchester bead front sight on a ramp base with a sight cover. The standard rear sight was a Winchester 22G open sight. The rifles chambered for .375 H&H Mag had the Lyman 6W folding rear sight. Model 70 National Match (chambered for .30-06 only) had a Lyman No. 77 front sight on a forged ramp sight base and a Lyman No. 48WH rear sight. All receivers were tapped and drilled for popular scope and iron sights. The Model 70 Super Grade had a Redfield full gold bead front sight on a ramp with sight cover and a Winchester 22G open rear sight. (with acknowledgement to The Gun Digest, seventh edition, 1953)
look under the rear sight for MFG. and sn#
I believe it is the W9
best to check with a gunsmith.............................
Best left to a gunsmith
You will need the help of a gunsmith.
THE SADDEL RING ON THE CARBINE BRINGS A PRMIUM OVER THE REGULAR ONES THE HAVE A VALUE OF1500 FOR FAIR ,2500GD, 4250VG AND 6500 EXC. I WOULD THINK THEY WOULD BRING A 20% HIGHER PRICE. A DELUEX .30WCF SOLD FOR 17,250 WITH A TANG SIGHT AT AUCTION THE AUCTION COMPANY WAS AMOSKEAG AUCTION COMPANY IN AUGUST 2004.
I believe the serial number is behind or to the rear of the rear sight. you should be able to see serial number without removing sight
Assuming you mean a Mauser 24/47, use the sight as you would any open rifle sight. The slider on the rear sight adjusts for range- marked in meters.
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Needs to be done by a gunsmith.
Try Brownell's, MidWay USA
Best left to a trained gunsmith.
Yes. It was an option.
I would go to the Williams gun sight company.They should have a chart that will answer your question for you.
Best left to a good gunsmith
Go to e-gunparts.com and click on winchester. These folks have more parts for guns than anybody in the world.