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Winchester Model 320 "Micrometer Sights"

spotigatorspotigator Member Posts: 4 ✭✭
edited October 2011 in Ask the Experts
Winchester 22 Experts,
I have a really nice Winchester Model 320 .22 bolt-action rifle. This Model was sold by Winchester during the early to mid-70s. I believe the action was designed by what would later be known as Kimber. In James House's book about .22s he really praised the 320 on its accuracy. I've noticed on the rear, left side of the receiver that this Model was factory drilled and tapped for what Winchester advertised as "micrometer sights". Has anyone any idea about which type of receiver sight can be used with this Model 320? I'm assuming it's a receiver peep sight, but I don't know which one will fit or where one could be bought. I've emailed several receiver sight companies and they haven't a clue as to which sight to use. Thanks, and I appreciate your help
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