I've only ever used open sights on shotguns. Only exception is my Savage 220 scoped for deer hunting. My Mossturd has the sights which fall off about every other hunt. Mossturd has sent replacements more than once. I won't complain about that, but it is frustrating they keep falling off. I feel it is just a bad design. It is closing in on turkey season and I figure I better do something if I want to use this gun. It appears to be drilled and tapped for a scope. I was thinking of adding a rail to it and putting a red dot on there. Has anyone done this for a turkey gun? Are they easy to get dialed in if you are spraying pellets versus setting a scope up for a slug? I know how to set up a scope but as mentioned, red dots will be new territory for me. I'm not sure if this is something people would even do just to shoot a stupid bird with a brain the size of a pea. . . which seem to outsmart me all the time.