- Jan 11, 2016
What's up all. I just wanted to share a DIY dialable rear sight option that I fashioned a few months back that can be mounted on a pic rail on your rig. I do quite a bit of muzzy hunting (both open and scoped in several states) and last year I picked up a CVA Paramount Pro 45 and moved my Knight Ultralite 50 into the backup role. As everyone knows the Revic is one of the few games in town in regards to a pic mounted dial peep and though I do have one on order, I wanted to see if I could make something out of my Williams I had laying around from my Ultralite. I put a scope on the Paramount regularly and didn't want to constantly pull the rail off, so I picked up a mini red dot pic plate and drilled and tapped it and mounted the Williams and it worked pretty damn good. The graduations on it were a little too fine for this flat shooting rig, but I shot to 300 very accurately no problem. The plate is from SwampFox and I run the Revic front sight, but you can definitely keep it cheaper with spacers. And I run extra powder, primers and bullet tubes in the mag of the chassis. Also can't recommend the Arrowhead Breach system enough if you run a Paramount. Hopefully someone finds this helpful.