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    Ranger Precision cloverleaf sight

    Anyone here ever use a Ranger Precision cloverleaf sight on an 1894C?


    I have three 1984c Marlins. One is set up for pig hunting and is equipped with a Leupold 1.5-4x28 IER scope. It doesn't really need irons sights though I may put one on in the future. I have a second one with an XS peep sight and the front blade with the white stripe.

    The last one is a "rescue" I've been fixing up after its sentence as CAS rifle. It is ready for a replacement sight and I am wondering if the Ranger Precision is as good a choice as the XS. They are both about the same price but I don't have to replace the front blade with the cloverleaf. The Ranger Precision sight is -- well -- pretty which, if it works well, is a plus..
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    I have a couple of guns with the type that is integrated into a scope rail. They are pretty slick. I wound up swapping front sights for the triangular model they were selling, though I think those have already been discontinued.
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    I do not have an XS sight to compare but one of my 336's has a clover leaf RPP sight on it and I like it a lot. The RPP sight does set low enough that front sight replacement isn't necessary. The clover leaf lets a lot of light in and lets me pick up the front sight quickly. My 65 year old eyes can not focus with precision on the clover leaf but my son shot very nice groups with it.
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    I have an RPP peep on my 1894 but not the cloverleaf, it's a conventional round opening. It's a bit pricier than other offerings but worth it IMO. The included peep insert (.095?) was a little too small for me for general use and the .150 ghost ring a bit large. I ordered the .125 aperture and I'm happy with it. I would buy the RPP sight again in a heartbeat.

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