Finally, finally, got to the range. The Mosin-Nagant 91/30 has the absolute right elevation, but was shooting about an inch and a half to the left. I mistakenly left the bayonet at home, and heard that shooting without it will change the POI, so I guess I'll have to take her out and try it again. After trucking out and back 100 yards, my knees were already aching, seeing as I just had them both replaced, so I set up for the Mosin-Nagant M44 at 50 yards. The windage was perfect, but the POI of the group center was about 3.5 inches high. I figure it may be good at 100 yards, and that is as low as the sights go down to. So I'm leaving that one alone until I try her out at 100 yards. The M44 definately kicks harder, even though it shoots the exact same bullet as the 91/30. The M1895 Nagant pistol has about the same kick as a .22, which surprised me, as the bullet is much longer. Double action is about impossible to shoot it accurately, but it's not too bad single action. Now if they only made a laser for this! All in all, was pretty impressed with guns that cost me $69.95, $79.95, and $69.95. And oh yeah, fired off a box of tracer rounds through my Saiga AK. Whoo weee, that was fun.