Redfield peep sight

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superc
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Redfield peep sight

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I don't know how common these are, but for what it is worth my own Model 81 came from the pawn shop with a Redfield rear sight.
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superc
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continuing the pics
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superc
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Standard bead type front sight though..
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Re: Redfield peep sight

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I currently have one of these sights on my standard 16 Auto 5 Browning deer shotgun @ had another on a M-81 in 35 rem. That I sold. I recall it came to iowa from upper new york state Roger
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