I wandered to my local range tonight with a 5 military gun batch of rifles. I took 4 which I hadn't fired since purchasing (VKT Fin Nagant, H&R M1 Garand, 1942 Husky Swede M38 Mauser, CMMG AR15), and one that I had (SC 1903A3), but wanted to shoot again.. All fired flawlessly, except for the fact that the Finn, 03A3, and AR15 all shot at the top of the paper at 50 yards when aimed at center. The Garand was easy to bring into the correct point of aim, and the Swede dropped them dead center from the get-go.. I "think" I can raise the AR's front sight to get it where I need it, but the Finn and the 03A3 both shoot high at 100 yards. The 03A3 rear sight bottoms out at 200 yards, so I'm pretty sure I'll just need to get used to it, and the Finn's rear bottoms out at 150 yards.. Short of major work, can anything be done to the Finn to get it to shoot at the correct point of aim? The reason I ask is that my Russians have all fired right where I want them at 100 yards, and I was hoping that the VKT would follow suit.. On the other hand, the Finn has a trigger that I wish all my other Mosins could be half as good..