Time to remove the old Bo-Mar

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Time to remove the old Bo-Mar

Post by WV1911SHOOTER on 2/10/2013, 8:31 am

Guys, I've decided to remove my OLD extended Bo-Mar sight on my Clark Series 70. Suggestions on a dovetailed patridge front sight as well as a high quality target rear would be welcomed as well as a 'smith to do the work.

Denny


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Post by gulliver62 on 2/10/2013, 9:58 am

Just a question, why remove the Bo-mar just to put irons back on it?
I pulled my ribs in order to put on weaver bases for dots. There are some weaver style bases that have integral iron sights. That would give you both options when you replace.
Possibly Clark and I think Rock River??
They might use the same holes as your rib.
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Post by JLK on 2/10/2013, 12:38 pm

If I may ask.
What's the line say beneath "Clark Heavy Slide"?
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Post by WV1911SHOOTER on 2/11/2013, 11:32 am

JLK wrote:If I may ask.
What's the line say beneath "Clark Heavy Slide"?
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Keithville, L A. 71047

It's an old Jim Clark Sr. gun.

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Post by WV1911SHOOTER on 2/11/2013, 11:52 am

gulliver62 wrote:Just a question, why remove the Bo-mar just to put irons back on it?
I pulled my ribs in order to put on weaver bases for dots. There are some weaver style bases that have integral iron sights. That would give you both options when you replace.
Possibly Clark and I think Rock River??
They might use the same holes as your rib.

Just something I want to do. I have A Clark rib with matching hole as well as having the cut-out for the tuner that currently has a UD on it.

I want to go back to a GOOD set Bo- Mar style irons as my days of competing are drawing to a close and it winds up in a holster occasionally.

Sight/ 'smith recommendations please.

Denny

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Re: Time to remove the old Bo-Mar

Post by jakuda on 2/11/2013, 2:01 pm

KC Crawford. He's a member on here too:

http://kcskustomcreations.com/

I've used him a couple of times.

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