Secure firearm in a
padded vice or other holding device close to the
rear sight dovetail.
Drive out the rear
sight with a brass drift punch or equivalent,
Left to Right.
Install the dovetail
block from the small package, Right to Left,
centering as close as possible. The block MAY
require some fitting, depending on your rifle.
If too big, file slightly to fit snugly, or if
too loose, use a center punch to peen the
underside of the block for a tighter fit. You
want it to fit as snug as possible.
Remove the link pin retaining screw.
It's the larger screw on the upper front left
side of the receiver.
Use a drop of medium
thread locker on all threads before installing.
Install the longer
set screw in the block and tighten with a 3/32nd
Allen wrench. Do not over-tighten.
adjustments can be made here if your optic won’t
Install the sight
rail and hold in place with the provided special
link-pin retaining screw, again, using a medium
Make sure sight
groove lines up with the front sight.
Next, install the
5/16” hex nut on the set screw stud, using a
drop of thread locker. Again, do not
over-tighten these screws; just make sure they
are good and snug.
Adjust the front set screw down to just
touch the barrel and lock it in place with the
Your Pearson’s Sight Rail is now ready for the
installation of any optic
you choose. This rail will accommodate a lightweight
IER or “Scout” scope. Make sure the eye end of the
scope doesn’t extend back past the front of the bolt
or it will interfere with the ejection of spent
cartridges when cycling the rifle. Using an extended
front ring will make mounting on some scout scopes
much easier. Red Dot Optics, Holographic sights,
Reflex sights, lasers, lights, and more are
recommended. Enjoy using modern
optics on your Winchester Model 94/92 and
Rossi Model 92! Check out our Optics
Page for our premier selections of the best
optics and make a combo order of a rail and optic in
Warranty: One Year Warranty on materials and
workmanship. Does not cover stripped threads or
abuse. No other warranty is expressed or implied.
rails are for the carbine (20" or
less barrels), however, the rail
may fit some rifle length barrels
if they fit the above measurements
or can be custom drilled if inside
6" from the front of receiver.