Model 25-2 sight options?

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Model 25-2 sight options?

Post by Jerry Goldfarb on 7/22/2011, 8:16 am

I'd like to change the sights on my 25-2. The stock rear sight has a very shallow notch, and I prefer a deeper one. Is there a simple replacement other than filing the stock one? Would an Aristocrat or Wichita rib set fit on my 6" barrel model? Thanks.
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Re: Model 25-2 sight options?

Post by Bill Freyfogle on 7/22/2011, 11:31 pm

Jerry,
I really like the Millet rear sight. It is a simple replacement and works well.
Bill
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Post by Jerry Goldfarb on 7/23/2011, 7:01 am

Bill Freyfogle wrote:Jerry,
I really like the Millet rear sight. It is a simple replacement and works well.
Bill

Thanks. Any idea who currently sells it? Is it an easy install or do I need a gunsmith?
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Post by STEVE SAMELAK on 7/24/2011, 6:32 am

You can try E-Bay or throw yourself on the mercy of the list
Millet seems to have abandoned us some time ago.

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Re: Model 25-2 sight options?

Post by Mark Patterson on 7/24/2011, 7:14 am

Jack Weigand Combat makes a nice rear blade for the S&W rear sight..It's a bigger blade and the notch is deeper..It comes in kit form but if you send your sight to them they will assemble as well..This makes a pretty nice target sight.
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Post by Jim Walters on 8/12/2011, 7:24 am

Mark Patterson wrote:Jack Weigand Combat makes a nice rear blade for the S&W rear sight..It's a bigger blade and the notch is deeper..It comes in kit form but if you send your sight to them they will assemble as well..This makes a pretty nice target sight.

I have a Smith 14 used for DR matches, and I really like the gun but the rear sight is too shallow. What can legally be done (DR matches in mind)?

Also, a Ruger MKII that shoots great but the rear sights are not up to par.

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