Globe sight

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a form of front sight placed on target rifles.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The front sights were loose in their dovetails, so I replaced them with Lee Shaver's new globe sight. I put a Shaver tang sight on the .25-20 SS but kept the original Stevens sight on the .32-40.
He also mounted a tang sight (which I had on hand) and a front globe sight. A few days later I took it to the range to see what the rifle would do.
Anything to do with sight inserts is purely personal, but I ended up putting another sunshade on the near end of the front globe sight so I could run a glass insert (no crossbars).
And, besides, there was no way I was going to remove the front globe sight with inserts and bubble level from my .30-'06 Pre-64 Military Match Model 70 Bull Gun.
3 Standard Sporter with 30" heavy-weight full octagon barrel with supreme grade straight grip military stock, Schnabel forearm, no cheek piece, double set triggers, and two sets of standard hunting-style sights and an extra set of target sights consisting of rear tang sight and a front globe sight.