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  1. #11
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    My first deer rifle I got for Christmas from my parents in 1986 had a peep sight on it. The first deer I ever saw while hunting was in the brush and I could not pick it up with the peep sight. I would lower the gun and make out the white on its belly and hind legs, but for the life of me, I could not find it with the peep. I saved my money the next summer and purchased a scope.

  2. #12
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    Option 2 has always worked for well for me.....fixed 4x scope with see through mounts (not a peep... just open sights). I just like having the option of using the open sights should I need to...and the elevated scope provides a more comfortable shooting position for me.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtbuck223 View Post
    Option 2 has always worked for well for me.....fixed 4x scope with see through mounts (not a peep... just open sights). I just like having the option of using the open sights should I need to...and the elevated scope provides a more comfortable shooting position for me.
    This ^^^ I have see thru mounts on both my TC Encores and love them. If I have to I have the fiber optic iron sites for back up. I have 2 TC White Mountain carbines both with fiber optic iron sites . I put a detachable scope mount on one of them and threw it out after using it a couple days. I put the fiber optic iron sites back on. If I ever changed anything again on the White Mountain carbines it would be to try out the ghost ring peep site

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