All rifles are made with open sights in one model or another to my knowledge.Most rifles HAVE open sights, opposed to a few that do not.
Check the remington site for example > Products.Firearms>Centrefire..They make a host of models, covers the whole perspective pretty well.
I'm courious as to why your looking for a 270 with open sights?
Thanks. I like open sights. I grew up with it and would like to keep shooting that way until I either go deer hunting or get old and start to have weaker eyes. Most of my hunting will be pig and probably will entail short-distant shots. Anyway, that's my reasoning, but I'm still learning. For piggies I may end up acquiring a nice lever action.
remington and savage both make open sighted 270's. unfortunately they are both the basic models. if you have your eye on a more specific model, there are several companies that make peep/ghost ring/open sight that use the ring base holes as mounts. Also Williams makes a peep sight that bolts onto a weaver style base. I have a williams peep on my 03a3 and can group three shots into three inches offhand.
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