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The factory sights leave much to be desired, and a Lyman #17 coupled with a Williams rear will pay dividends toward precision.
However, if you want a scope, there are many options available. My favorite is a vintage Redfield one piece rail, with Low hiden screw rings and a 2 or 3 power straight tube scope. Awesome combo there, and the hidden screw rings are hard to find a deal on in the Medium height but the Low rings can be found all over disdainfully abandoned by the modern crop of shooters who think scope that are bigger and cheaper are better.
I say go smaller and more expensive/better quality.
Another more common (but certainly less classy) is to mount a weaver aluiminum rail and clamp on rings.
There are lots of options for various mounts of your choice, and anything that fits the Marlin 336 will fit your 1895.