Savage Micrometer Sight
The Savage Micrometer Sight, is the invention of Arthur W. Savage, the inventor of the Savage Rifle. It is scientifically designed, being the result of much practical shooting experience. Every part of the sight is well constructed of the finest materials; strong and simple. It can be adjusted in any direction to one thousandths of an inch, and has considerably more elevation than the regular Buckhorn sights. All adjustments are obtained by finely threaded screws, this being the only perfect method for adjusting sights. It is constructed for Savage, Winchester, Marlin, Colt, Remington, and all rifles having a rear slot in the barrel. The inventions in sights and contrivances for more accurately sighting shotguns are numerous.
Farrow, Edward S. American Small Arms; a Veritable Encyclopedia of Knowledge for Sportsmen and Military Men. New York: Bradford, 1904. Print.
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