- The rear sight folds down for snag-free transporting
- Fits .375" dovetail
- Adjustable from .300" to .510" high
This folding sight design has been in use on lever action rifles since its introduction in 1906, and the aspects that made it functional and popular with people over 100 years ago are still present and appreciated by shooters today. The folding blade is adjustable for windage and elevation, and allows the use of more precise, tang-mounted aperture sights when folded down. It's a durable, useful and simple design that does the job it was engineered to do; and based on its longevity and use in a marketplace now full of lasers, computerized and digital sighting devices, it's pretty safe to predict it will probably be around for the next 100 years as well.