Sandhills Slim, SASS #22998 Posted June 8, 2020 Share Posted June 8, 2020 I have a Marlin 336 in .38-.55 caliber that I had a Lyman #2 Tang Sight installed on several years ago. The rear of the sights base is secured by the rifles stock screw and the front is secured by a 10-32 screw that a hole was drilled and tapped for. Without removing the sight, the holes appear to be approximately 7/8" apart. I am considering upgrading to a Marbles Tang sight for the windage adjustment feature. Does anyone know if Marbles offers their sight with a base that can be used with my existing mounting screw holes and if so, what number base I will need. I believe that they offer their bases and uprights as separate components. I would like to avoid any unsightly exposed screw holes, if possible. I would really appreciate any information or input that anyone can provide. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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