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52Bore wrote:I'm sure they are nice, Lee does good work. I assume it's the mid/long range vernier sight you're referring to? If so, not ideal for hunting - too fragile, unless it's an easy hunt. Target shooting, no reason it shouldn't work.
Most likely you'll have to mount it on the wood of your ML unless you happen to have a long tang. Many PH have had variations of verniers sights mounted, some just on top of the wood, some inlet the sight base.
Caution on ML as Soule's may not go low enough for even 200 yds, as on the Ped Gibbs - you may need a taller/higher front sight which is ??? for many reasons.. Not sure why someone would need to shim if it's installed/mounted correctly.
1874sharpsshooter wrote:I have a Pedersoli universal long range soule sight and a medium range . Both new , never put on a gun yet . I think they are better than a Lee Shaver but that's just an opinion . I could part with either one cheaper than a Shaver sight is . If interested let me know
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