Greetings all! I am new to the form, but not new to guns or handloading...been doing both since I was a kid (about forty years). Anyway, here's the deal. Just bought a 1895 & love it but...even with the rear sight elevated to it's highest position it's about 3 inches low & I can't raise it with the load. I've got two loads for two diffrent purposes, both shooting great & contacting paper at the same exact spot, so I'm going to go with these two loads since they will give the desired results with same point of aim & no sight adjustments. I do not wish to scope it, I've got plenty of scoped rifles which will group sub-moa at a hundred or more. Though they are great, I don't wish to change to peep or ghost ring sights. I simply wish to find a replacement elevation slider which is taller by one or to clicks. It can be a aftermarket replacement for the 336/1895 (or any other rifle) which will not require modification but which would be a direct replacement. Anybody run into this & know of a cure? Thanks so much & thanks for keeping the art of shooting alive!