I have a newer .357 trapper and I love it. At first I was not opperating the lever with enough force (you know just popping it open enough to pull the case out by hand so I didn't lose it) this causes jams. After I figured it out I put many rounds through it with no trouble. With just about any weight or power of hand load I can keep the shots in a 2 inch circle at 100yds with the stock sights. The factory sights get a little fuzzy if you look at them to long so I would suggest an upgrade. I personally love the sights on my 10/22 so I might put some on that are similar.
The Angle Eject Mdl 94's are not drilled and tapped on the side of the reciever anymore.
Williams makes a reciever sight that mounts using the scope mount holes on the top rear of the reciever.
The Williams sight works fine on the new Angle Eject M-94's.
The good thing about the Williams sight is that if you want a target knob for windage or elevation, or both, they are easy to install, and readily available from Brownells.
Lyman, unfortunatly has not chosen to make a reciever sight for the new angle ejects.
I'm going to put the WGRS-336 on my new 1894C. It doesn't have adjustment knobs, but it is more compact and won't spoil the lines of the rifle. The WGRS-336 also uses the (2) aft most scope mount holes.
A forum community dedicated to Sport shooters, owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about optics, hand casting bullets, hunting, gunsmithing, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!