BSA subsequently appear to have largely left the manufacture of such sights to Parker-Hale.All the post 1939-45 war rifles, including the 12/15 and Martini Internationals, came with Parker-Hale sights as their main standard original options.15 and Centurion rifles, was that, when the dovetail wore and slackened with use, it particularly affected windage - allowing the sight to rock on the rifle, and was impossible to repair or replace without renewing, or effecting major engineering on, the action body!Parker-Hale were quickly onto this and, by the late Thirties, had introduced the Model 15A backsight, which was effectively a Model 7A that clamped, with a static dovetail, onto the dovetail on the action of the worn rifle.The No.30 sight was no doubt produced by BSA as an alternative retro-fit option for the many 12/15 and earlier rifles for which Parker-Hale had not long been offering their Model No.7 rear-sight, used successfully by the British Dewar teams and supplied by Parker-Hale with their custom built Dewar TARGET RIFLES .A problem with the No.30 type sight, as integrally fitted to the BSA Mod.
This was a comparatively cheap item to cut out reflections from the barrel.
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Looks like Caitlyn’s found herself quite the catch!
(An image of the original rear-sight will be added shortly).
The 6 hole rear aperture is fitted with a "C" spring clip to hold a filter or prescription lens.