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I know this has been discussed already but.........
I have a 336 .35 rem. I use it to finish off wounded animals and to shoot hogs. I shoot hogs anywhere from 10 yards to 100 yards. I shoot over my dogs(close range) I can not trust a scope on the gun when my dogs come into play. Not going to happen. I dont like the tang sights. I like the peep sights but notsure if they will work good enough in low light. I have shot a few hogs with my .30 carbine over my dogs. It has a peep on it. I am not sure what size it is. Will the ghost ring work better for me? I dont want to spen 90 bucks on something that isnt going to work for what I want. I dont need to shoot an inch at 100, a bullet anywhere is good for me on a pig 100 yards away. When I am shooting a bayed hog it is 15-50 feet. Low light sometimes.
 

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The XS ghost ring is for you fellow hog hunter. If you want it a bit more accurate, get an XS rear and a Skinner front. For your purpose regular XS works great, stays set, and is durable as hell.
 

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the ghost ring should work out good for you, and check out the XS post front sight. It's .100 wide with a .040 white stripe centered on the post. Works good for me... ;)
 
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