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    Odd rear sight on ebay

    Have any of you guys seen one of these before? Thought it was worth sharing.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-M1903-an...IAAOSwtdpa263K


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    'Churchill' - That appears to be part of an early model 52 Winchester (target .22) rear sight.
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    That explains why I couldn't find it when searching for M1903 target sights. Thanks!

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    Thatís exactly what that is. I have the same set on my Winchester 52 Pre-A. I think mine was made in 1927? Smallest aperture Iíve ever seen on mine. They originally wanted to sell the 52 to the military as a 1903 trainer which is why the sights are so similar. Here is a picture of mine. Complete with second bizarre sling swivel. Sorry the picture of the sights isnít great. Itís the only one I had on my phone. But you can see them tucked under the Unertl.



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    very cool! that's quite the 22!


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