Try Bob's Gun Shop... http://www.gun-parts.com/savagerifle/
I have not orderded any parts yet from them, but they seem to have quite a selection of parts for the savage and springfield Stevens rifles. I recently was handed a model 56 less the peep site, buck horn and 5 round clip. The gun's not worth much, but it seems like a fun project.
Savage 325c rear peep?
Try the auction sites, ebay, e-gunpart.com, do a web search.
Should be a Stevens rifle, but the peep sight would probably be aftermarket. If you can send a digital picture of the rifle and a closeup of the sight we can probably ID it for you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Model 80 1934 to 1939 Model 80-E 1934 to 1939 peep sight with hooded front sight Model 80-C 1940 to 1970 semi-beavertail forearm Model 80-DL 1940 to 1965 semi-beavertail forearm with peep sight
Best left to a gunsmith
AnswerI just saw a rifle of the same make and model sell for $135.00 E.S.Hanson MarylandIf it has the original receiver peep sight $175 - $220 depending upon condition.
They had a Small round knurled peep sight
The specific type & manufacturer of the peep sight is needed to properly answer this question.
The "P" designates peep rear sight & ramp front sight, not sure of the "G" designation.
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.
peep i guess
Depends on the condition. IF it is complete with the peep sight, and the fold down forearm, there is a modest collectors interest- and in Very Good condition, may run $200 or so. Missing peep sight, etc, maybe $100 or so.
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the peep sight ruined the value worth maybe a fraction of origonal
Winchester was very accommodating to their customers, so it would be possible for a model 94 to come factory equipped with a peep sight. But it would have had to be special order, standard 94's came with open, buckhorn type sights.
Winchester buckhorns often came with hoods. Look at the sides of the front sight ramp.Are there slots cut into the sides of the ramp? If there are, the sight originally came with a hood.
I have one of the Western Field 38 and after some searching on the internet I found a sight with OLD mossberg catalogs on it. http://home.epix.net/~damguy/catalog.htm it looks like mine is a Mossberg Model 35 with No.3 Peep Sight and and the mulit post ramp sight. I think the No.3 peep was a lower cost option than the micro-click. Mossberg did in fact make that rifle for Montgomery Wards.
Someone at rimfireforum.com should be able to help you.