Receiver & tang peep sights, nominally for the Winchester Model 1894/94, will also fit a Model 1892 and/or Model 92 & all the clones from wherever.
Some rifles are factory prepped (drilled & tapped) for either receiver or tang peep sights, or bothh - or neither. YMMV.
The side-mount receiver peep sights, like Williams FP & 5D, the Lyman, Redfield, etc, would all need the two 6-48 mounting holes D/T'd in the upper/rear of the left receiver wall - right where the peep prep is on a post-64 Winchester Model 94.
Both the top-mount XS peep sight and the top-mount Williams FP-94AE/5D-94AE ( for the side-eject Model 94's) will also fit, via D/T one 6-48 hole in the top of each receiver rail/wall rear end for the sight base.
The XS will require a front sight taller than issue to zero; while the Williams 94AE sights will zero using a front sight of issue height.
While Stevesgunz makes/sells a bolt peep that both replaces the bolt-top lawyer safety, his peep also rotates to act as a safety.
A Model 92 owner, with a rifle that has a bolt top safety, can also lose the lawyer safety - modifying it as a bolt peep via D/T it's center for a Skinner LoPro peep with a 6-48 stem (after first grinding off the safety ears).MODEL 92 PEEP SIGHT EXAMPLES:
Here's the Skinner LoPro, installed in a modified safety button (zeroes using the issue front sight):
Here's the top-mount Williams 5D-94AE (which also zeroes with the issue front sight):
Here's a Lyman #2 Tang Peep Sight (also zeroes using the issue front sight) :