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#6911174 - 09/26/12 03:42 PM Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22
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I just replace the rear sight with the Skinner peep and dovetail filler blank. Sighted in with just a couple of turns on the elevation and no windage adjustments needed.
I also installed Barrel Band Swivel and Stud .




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#6911955 - 09/26/12 07:00 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: bea175]
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That's a GOOD LOOKING set up!

Am thinking, that's what I NEED for my 94-22 Mag.

How abouth the front sight? Did you have to go with a taller sight? If so, How much?

Thanks! Virgil B.

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#6912448 - 09/26/12 09:17 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: vbshootinrange]
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no, had plenty of high with factory front sight
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#6918353 - 09/28/12 06:45 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: bea175]
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That's GREAT!

Already have a fiber optic front and didn't really want to change it.

Mind me asking, how much? and where did you get it?

Thanks! Virgil B.

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#6921581 - 09/29/12 07:58 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: vbshootinrange]
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You are lucky that your front sight worked.I had to change mine to a taller one on my Marlin 39c.
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#6922470 - 09/30/12 07:33 AM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: buzardbait]
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Got my info on price from the Skinner link.

$80.00...Sounds great!

Now I just need to get one!

Virgil B.

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#6922618 - 09/30/12 08:16 AM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: vbshootinrange]
bea175 Offline
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I order from the Skinner Wed site and he shipped the same day i ordered. I had the sight in a couple of days. My Marlin 39 i used the Williams Sight and my Trapper 94-22 i used a Leupold Compact 4 power scope.


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#7012538 - 10/27/12 04:25 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: vbshootinrange]
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Virgil, I have one on my 39A. It does need the taller front. But I make it work at 50 yards. Cannot sight it in at 100 until I get the taller front.
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#7052891 - 11/07/12 04:34 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: avagadro]
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OK,I guess I don't understand this. You have it sighted in at 50 using the sight you have but to get out to 100 yards you need a taller front? Won't a taller front sight make your barrel go lower or am I backwards in this??? thanks for clarifying
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#7098862 - 11/21/12 06:07 PM Re: Photos of Skinner Sight on 94-22 [Re: markopolo50]
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The Skinners are top notch. I have them on several of my Marlins & I'll give you an tip. I always get the bass front sight dovetail insert in .500" tall ($16.00)& file it to the desired height. My 1894 needed almost all of the .500" height but my 39A needed filing down to about .355" Easy to trim & you have plenty to work with from the get-go. Best money I've ever spent on aftermarket sights! Good luck!
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