Hi; I'm new to this forum so here's my first post. I own a beautiful Browning Hi Power standard purchased in 1978. It's in immaculate condition in and out. However, it seems so inaccurate that it's driving me nuts. My brother and I, both failry experienced shooters, have had little success in zeroing-in this baby on a 25 meter range. It has adjustable rear sight and a ramp up front. When we finally can get it to make a group, perhaps 6 inches, then reload the magazine and shoot again, it's all over the place. I mean there are times when we swear its not even hitting the backboard. Either that or ever shot is going thru the same hole. We sand bag it when shooting from a rest position. This gun has had less than 1,000 rounds thru it. A local gun smith, or two have looked at it, put a bore light down it and said there appears to be nothing wrong, visably. The barrel does not have excessive movement in the frame, perhaps 1/32 of an inch max. The barrel is clean, with good rifling. I love this gun as I inherited it from my father, a Navy combat pilot. Anybody care to take a crack at this problem or should I just send it out to the factory service center?