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Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« on: January 23, 2022, 06:35:24 AM »
Muzzleloaders.com now lists that new peep sight kit as being compatible with knight and it is also in stock.

https://muzzle-loaders.com/products/williams-western-precision-muzzleloading-sight-set-cva-traditions-t-c-676584?variant=40272144826577

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2022, 06:56:54 AM »
I've got the same set up on my Traditions, but put the front globe on shotgun ramp, think it is a dovetail globe.
Makes the sight picture better for aging eyes, figure out which insert works the best.

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2022, 07:28:53 AM »
Great site ! Love mine

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2022, 08:24:44 AM »
Anybody know if these will work on a Rem700ML ? Cant find on website.
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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #4 on: January 23, 2022, 08:58:52 AM »
Anybody know if these will work on a Rem700ML ? Cant find on website.

I have one on my Rem 700 ultimate MZloader, I am actually going to switch it out. I hunt in thick timber and lose about 20 minutes of shooting light on each end of the day with this site vs. a fiberoptic peep. The crosshairs are super thin and can be difficult to see if you don't have full light.

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #5 on: January 23, 2022, 09:06:38 AM »
Ok thank for the info
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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #6 on: January 23, 2022, 12:00:11 PM »
Muzzleloaders.com now lists that new peep sight kit as being compatible with knight and it is also in stock.

https://muzzle-loaders.com/products/williams-western-precision-muzzleloading-sight-set-cva-traditions-t-c-676584?variant=40272144826577

It would be my suggestion that you get the Williams WRGS rear peep, only because the Williams FP peep isn't available at this time.  And for the front sight order a Williams ramp, fire sight, and fire sight hood.

With the hood and fire sight you get the feeling you are shooting a 1x scope - sight picture.

This is the front sight combination



Only for hunting I change the fiber optic from red to green for better contrast.



This is the Williams FP peep





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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #7 on: January 23, 2022, 04:17:54 PM »
Muzzleloaders.com now lists that new peep sight kit as being compatible with knight and it is also in stock.

https://muzzle-loaders.com/products/williams-western-precision-muzzleloading-sight-set-cva-traditions-t-c-676584?variant=40272144826577

It would be my suggestion that you get the Williams WRGS rear peep, only because the Williams FP peep isn't available at this time.  And for the front sight order a Williams ramp, fire sight, and fire sight hood.

With the hood and fire sight you get the feeling you are shooting a 1x scope - sight picture.

This is the front sight combination



Only for hunting I change the fiber optic from red to green for better contrast.



This is the Williams FP peep



I need this setup in my life.

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #8 on: January 23, 2022, 06:44:11 PM »
Anybody know if these will work on a Rem700ML ? Cant find on website.

I have one on my Rem 700 ultimate MZloader, I am actually going to switch it out. I hunt in thick timber and lose about 20 minutes of shooting light on each end of the day with this site vs. a fiberoptic peep. The crosshairs are super thin and can be difficult to see if you don't have full light.

I feel the same way with this front sight system. I put one on my Accura and Iíll be getting rid of it as it completely washes out the front insert when in timber and or low light. I know it cost my buddy a very large black tail as he could not see the buck against the timber in the background. I truly believe these were designed for people that hunt really open country. Painting the front inserts with glow paint did nothing to help the issue either.

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #9 on: January 23, 2022, 09:53:44 PM »
Muzzleloaders.com now lists that new peep sight kit as being compatible with knight and it is also in stock.

https://muzzle-loaders.com/products/williams-western-precision-muzzleloading-sight-set-cva-traditions-t-c-676584?variant=40272144826577

It would be my suggestion that you get the Williams WRGS rear peep, only because the Williams FP peep isn't available at this time.  And for the front sight order a Williams ramp, fire sight, and fire sight hood.

With the hood and fire sight you get the feeling you are shooting a 1x scope - sight picture.


Man, that was an awesome thread.
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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #10 on: January 24, 2022, 08:46:49 AM »
Muzzleloaders.com now lists that new peep sight kit as being compatible with knight and it is also in stock.

https://muzzle-loaders.com/products/williams-western-precision-muzzleloading-sight-set-cva-traditions-t-c-676584?variant=40272144826577

It would be my suggestion that you get the Williams WRGS rear peep, only because the Williams FP peep isn't available at this time.  And for the front sight order a Williams ramp, fire sight, and fire sight hood.

With the hood and fire sight you get the feeling you are shooting a 1x scope - sight picture.


Man, that was an awesome thread.

Now I am not saying it is as good as a 1x scope but it gives you the impression you are looking through a scope - mostly because you really do not see the peep just the hood and front sight.

This pic KINDA shows what I am indicating - bottom right pic



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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #11 on: January 24, 2022, 09:21:01 AM »
Interesting stuff as always SL. For some reason my groups fell apart when I went to a peep on the rear with the fiber optic front. Granted, I didn't have a hood on the front with the FO so maybe that was the missing link but it just didn't work for me. I now have one setup with factory FO sights and one with a peep and crosshair. If I'm going to be in the timber I'll take the fiber optics, open country especially in the snow the crosshair is great.

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #12 on: January 24, 2022, 02:03:32 PM »
Interesting stuff as always SL. For some reason my groups fell apart when I went to a peep on the rear with the fiber optic front. Granted, I didn't have a hood on the front with the FO so maybe that was the missing link but it just didn't work for me. I now have one setup with factory FO sights and one with a peep and crosshair. If I'm going to be in the timber I'll take the fiber optics, open country especially in the snow the crosshair is great.

One of the key points when using a peep is not to try center the bead in the peep... Look at the front sight and put it on the target your eye will automatically center the bead.  It will take a bit of shooting to let your brain and eye do its thing.

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Re: Williams peep sight with front globe sight now fits knight
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2022, 04:21:34 AM »
Anybody know if these will work on a Rem700ML ? Cant find on website.

I have one on my Rem 700 ultimate MZloader, I am actually going to switch it out. I hunt in thick timber and lose about 20 minutes of shooting light on each end of the day with this site vs. a fiberoptic peep. The crosshairs are super thin and can be difficult to see if you don't have full light.

I feel the same way with this front sight system. I put one on my Accura and Iíll be getting rid of it as it completely washes out the front insert when in timber and or low light. I know it cost my buddy a very large black tail as he could not see the buck against the timber in the background. I truly believe these were designed for people that hunt really open country. Painting the front inserts with glow paint did nothing to help the issue either.


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