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Now we Winchester levergunners can have a Scout Rifle without major gunsmithing. Sorry, I do not know how to post pictures. Besides the picture doesn't show very much. They need more pictures. They also have ghost ring sights. I asked them for a catalog

http://www.aosights.com/scope_mount.html

By the way AO Sights is now Express Sight Systems.
 

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The AO products are well made. I prefer Jim Brockman's front and back sight, but the AO scout mount is excellent.

If you enjoy lever rifles, be sure to check out Jim Brockman in Gooding ID. He has a web site, but I don't have the url handy. A google search will bring it up.

A great gunsmith and a good guy. Recommended.
 

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Brockman´s Custom Gunsmithing
445 Idaho Street
Gooding, Idaho 83330
208-934-5050

http://www.brockmansrifles.com/

I checked out the website. Looks like he works mostly with Marlins. I did not find any references to Winchesters. AO makes sights and Scout mounts for both Marlin and Winchester. Since I have/prefer a Winchester I will go with AO. A personal choice.

He has good stuff for those who prefer Marlins, though.
 

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I have had both and Wild West Guns in Alaska has a better scout mount for the win 3030,,,, The AO one is a pain to install with epoxy and such.....The WWG mount allows you to use your existing rear sight also.
 

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Posey,
Do you have contact info for WWG and do they have anything for the Marlin Guide and 336 models? I like the idea of still being able to use your iron sites.


Thanks.
 
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