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Matt...

Slick, it is.  
Cheap, it is not.
Worth it?  Yup.

Go to www.newenglandcustomgun.com and go to the products list.  I ordered it online and received it in a few days.  They also offer different front sights, to allow for a wide variety of trajectories.  This sight also fits on the M77 series.  

Another benefit is that it can serve as a backup to a scope if needed,  as it will hold its zero during removal and replacement.  You will probably find, however, that you can shoot just as well with the peep as you can with a scope, at reasonable distances.

It is extremely well built and sturdy.  It comes with two apertures, and it is fully adjustable for windage and elevation.  I installed it with just a coin to turn the thumbscrew, as directed.  I have mine on a .45-70.  With Marshall's high-end thumper loads, my teeth may be getting loose but the peep sight isn't.  I am quite impessed with it.

And no, I don't work for them... I just appreciate excellence.

Enjoy,

Smith
 

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Ditto everything Smith said, right down to the rifle that I have mine on.  Very well built and worth every penny.  For a picture click on the link below and then on "4570 site."

<a href="http://www.angelfire.com/gu/biggbore/index.html" target='_blank'>http://www.angelfire.com/gu/biggbore/index.html</a>



(Edited by Big Bore at 10:34 pm on Nov. 30, 2001)
 

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Quite frankly, i was so impressed with the picture of that No.1 Ruger fitted with that aperture sight, I bought the sight 1st AND then the rifle to hang it on!!! Go figure!
Scott in Vermont
 
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