Red Dot Mount for Winchester Model 71 and 1886 Receiver

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Description

Find the right mount for your lever action’s red dot sight

  • Mounting plates for Vortex Venom, Burris FastFire 3, and other red dot reflex sights
  • Fits Winchester 1886 and Model 71 lever action rifles
  • Compatible with reflex optics of the Doctor/Noblex footprint standard, including such models as:
    • Vortex Venom
    • Vortex Viper
    • Burris FastFire 3
    • And many more
  • For all compatible red dot sights see the Docter/Noblex Mounting Standard section at Optics-Info.com.

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NOTE: Our red dot sight mounts are for sale in the United States only. We do not export these products to other countries.

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Log Number RED DOT MOUNT_WIN71_WIN1886_RECEIVER
Weight 2 oz

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7 reviews for Red Dot Mount for Winchester Model 71 and 1886 Receiver

  1. Terry Romans

    I use this on my 1886 475 Turnbull and my Turnbull 1886 45-70. I use the Trijicon RMR 1MOA on both 86’s. Trijicon makes an adaptor plate for the Doctor (Same footprint as the Burris) allowing the RMR to be used on this mount. Works great for those middle aged eyes and the 1 MOA dot is nice for longer shots. Never had a problem with the mount even on tough B.C. grizzly hunts.
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    • Sara Turnbull (verified owner)

      Thanks for the tip, Terry! A lot of people do ask about using different sights with this mount. Glad it’s working well for you!

  2. Terry Romans

    Sara
    This RMR adapter plate for Docter mounts from Trijicon (Trijicon Item/Part# RM 37) facilitates the mounting of a Trijicon RMR sight to a Docter MS10, MS15, or MS39 mount. The Burris Fast Fire mount is the same footprint as the the Doctor. The part they need is referenced above. IMO the Trijicon is a much more robust and field tested red dot sight. The kit comes with a sealing plate for the Trijicon, however I prefer the one manufactured from BattleWerks. It has a hump that keeps pressure on the battery, thus keeping positive pressure applied to prevent any battery movement during recoil. Hope this helps those of us with older eyesight that makes open sights…….well……. “hood ornaments”.,
    Terry

  3. Guy

    Hi guys. I have a 30-30 model 94 top ejector and I’m after this set up. Appreciated if anyone knew the parts numbers for adapter for the red dot to sit on as well as a good red dot 1 MOA

    • Sara Turnbull (verified owner)

      Hi Guy,
      This mount should work for you without any adapter. As long as your rifle is drilled and tapped you’ll be able to attach this and then put the Burris FastFire or Docter sight on the mount.

  4. Matt

    What about a mount for the Trijicon MRO?

    • Sara Turnbull (verified owner)

      Hi Matt,
      I’m not sure if the Trijicon MRO would work with this mount; we’ve specifically designed it for the Burris FastFire and Docter Optics.

  5. John price

    Will this mount work on a Browning model 71

    • Sara Turnbull (verified owner)

      Hi John,
      Yes, this mount will work on a Browning 71 as well as the Winchester 1886 and 71.
      Thanks,
      Sara

  6. Rob

    Will this work on a Browning model 1895? I know the Williams FP 71 fits an 86, 71 and 95.

    • Sara Turnbull (verified owner)

      Hi Rob,
      I’m not sure if it will fit. If you would like to purchase it and try it you can always return it for a refund, less $5 shipping and handling, if it doesn’t work out.
      Thanks,
      Sara

  7. Scott Welsh

    I am guessing by the location of the attachment screws an 1886 would need to be drilled and tapped?

    • Turnbull Restoration

      Yes, if your receiver is not already drilled and tapped by the factory. Modern examples are already drilled and tapped.

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