I didn't. Some time ago, before GB moved us over to this distinguished address, a poster asked about tang sights for muzzleloaders. I wrote back describing the type of sight I thought he meant (it was the type with a finely-threaded stem, which went into a corresponding hole in the tang. Elevation was accomplished by turning the whole sight in or out; with the disc and peephole soldered/welded to the top, you had two positions that you could use. Some were more sophisticated than that, but this was the basic scheme. It was described by Ned Roberts.), adding that Dixie no longer listed them. He wrote back with a gunsmith's name and address, WHICH I NEGLECTED TO WRITE DOWN! @#*%&#$! The name was Jamey-something, and the address was in Union City, Tenn. Can anybody help?