This Sight fits the Model 1894 Marlin lever action rifles.
(Fits all variations including the Marlin Cowboy Rifles)
This sight is designed to mount using the existing pre-drilled and tapped holes on the top of the receiver. It is adjustable for windage and elevation and adjustments are locked in place with set screws. Our sights are precision manufactured to close tolerances and can be ordered in Blued Steel, Stainless Steel or Brass.
The removable .096" aperture allows the marksman to use a fine aperture or a much larger ghost ring. Other aperture sizes are available, please see our APERTURES page on the side bar.
Mounting screws and a set screw wrench are included.. ( No Gunsmithing Required! )
See our FRONT SIGHT page for information on "Will my factory front sight work with this sight."
OUR NEW SKINNER "EXPRESS" 1894 SIGHT
The SKINNER "EXPRESS" Sight blends the lines and beauty of this beautiful, trim, classic rifle. Engraved across the top, You will love this sight for its "ELEGANT" and functional look.
Brass aperture stem (optional), was used for contrast in this photo.
While this sight looks great on all Model 94 Marlins, it looks AMAZING on the Octagon Cowboy Rifles!
Price is $90 Blue, $95 Brass, $100 Stainless. SKINNER "WINGED" 1894 PEEP SIGHT ~~ CLICK HERE ~~
Responding to customer requests for a practical "WINGED" sight for the 94 Marlin, We have created the same bullet proof sight design as we developed for the 1895 and 336 frame guns.
This sight is fully windage and elevation adjustable.
Windage is adjustable via two slotted screw holes while elevation is accomplished by threads on the aperture stem. This sight uses all our aperture sizes and ships with the .096 installed.
Available in BLUE and SILVER to match the finish of your rifle.
ADJUSTING THE SKINNER SIGHT
Windage adjustment is accomplished by sliding the dovetail piece left or right in its slot. The fit is tight, so you may need a brass punch to move it. Once adjusted, it is locked in place with the set screw on top of the sight in front of the peep. When adjusting,move the rear sight in the direction you want to bullet impact to move.
Elevation adjustment is accomplished by turning the peep on its threaded shaft to raise or lower the aperture. One half turn will move the point of impact about 2 inches at 100 yards, depending on your sight radius. The aperture can be threaded into the peep stem from either side. Once adjusted, the peep stem is locked in place using the set screw on the side of the dovetail piece.
Caution is required to avoid injury when the dovetail piece is removed. The corners of the dovetail slot are sharp. Use a brass punch, wooden dowel, or plastic punch to remove the dovetail.
This sight measures .420" from the top of the receiver to the center of the aperture.