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Hello Guys,

Is there a real nice real sight adjustment tool for the 336 and 1895 that will work better than just drifting the rear sight with a dowel and hammer?
Who makes it and who sells it?


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Dan
 

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You could probably find it at Brownells.com
I never bothered as it really doesnt get that much use(and I'm cheap).I drift the sights using a brass drift or hardwood dowel.Once they are set I normally never touch them again.
 

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Midway also has them.
 

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cocked said:
Hello Guys,

Is there a real nice real sight adjustment tool for the 336 and 1895 that will work better than just drifting the rear sight with a dowel and hammer?
Who makes it and who sells it?


Thanks
Dan
I'm just curious why you want to spend the money to do this?




Halwg said:
Midway also has them.
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I've never seen a tool to drift the rear sight mounted on a barrel, but that doesn't mean they don't exist or that you couldn't make one. One would have to remove the forearm to use such a tool though to get a good surface to push against, if it would even be possible on a round barrel. I'm no engineer, but it seems it would be much simpler to use a hammer and punch/dowel.
 

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Yep, punch and hammer.
 
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