Here are some tang sights we've found on Savage 1899's and 99's.

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side_lymen.JPG A Lyman No. 21 receiver sight on an early 1899.  Not really a "tang" sight, but it serves the same purpose.  It has friction adjustable windage and was not threaded for an eyepiece.  Similar sights include the No. 38.

Lyman No. 1A Combination Tang Sight showing the side locking lever.

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Lyman No. 1A Combination Tang Sight showing the two aperture system.  Here is the smaller aperture is rotated down out of the way.  Again, note the locking lever on the side.

Lyman No. 2A Combination Tang Sight has a threaded aperture to accept a screw in eyepiece.

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Lyman Model 30 1/2 Windgauge tang sight. 

Marble's Automatic Flexible Joint Rear Sight. tang_marblessmall.JPG
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Marble's Automatic Flexible Joint Rear Sight.  Note the locking tab at the base of the pivot.

Marble's Automatic Flexible Joint Rear Sight with a medium dish. tang_marbles_medium.JPG

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Marble's Automatic Flexible Joint Rear Sight with a larger dish.

Parker-Hale tang sights for the 99.  Anyone have any info on these?   
King Model 200 No. S-99.
Savage Arms No. 18 Combination.
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