First Look: Phoenix Weaponry Sights & Red-Dot Sight Mounts for Lever Actions

posted on January 19, 2021
Phoenix Weaponry has announced they are launching their reproduction flip-up sights for 1873 Winchester Model No. 62B rifles. Finding parts to repair an old flip-up can be tough, but these models from Phoenix Weaponry are designed to be close to the originals, with a cold-blue finish. This sight comes with a 10-32 tang-mounting screw, and has a fully functional elevation upright adjustment and lock, which fold flat when not in use. MSRP: $350 

Red dot sight mount

For those who prefer a more modern approach to sights, Phoenix Weaponry also manufactures a red-dot mount for Henry rifles. This mount can be attached to Henry models 4, 5, 6, and 12 rifles, and accepts Burris Fastfire 3, Holosun 507K, Vortex Venom, and Sightmark Mini Shot sight systems. The skeletonized mount design adds minimal weight, and can be anodized or Duracoated in most any color offered. Further, it is low-profile, and machined from 6061 aluminum. MSRP: $54.99

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