While waiting for the scope and rings I ordered for my new rifle to come in, I took it to the range today to sight-in the iron sights. I had two boxes of ammo with me. The first was a box of Winchester Super-X 150gr Power=Point cartridges and the second was a box of Sako 150gr Super Hammerhead loads. Since the Winchester ammo was less than half the price of the Sako, I used it first to get it fairly well sighted in before trying the Sako stuff. It was supposed to be sighted in from the factory, but the POI was around 6"-7" to the left and as many inches low from my POA when I began shooting. It took more rounds than I expected to get it sighted in because of the touchy and impossible-to-measure adjustments of the sights. In any case, I got the iron sights dialed in well enough today, at least with the Winchester ammo. Interestingly, even though the bullet weights are the same for both loads, their POI was significantly different. This isn't uncommon, but to have the POI of one load a good six inches or more above the other with the same sight adjustment is more than I'm used to seeing. In any case, don't take for granted that if you have your rifle sighted in with one load of a particular bullet weight that another load of the same bullet weight will be "close enough" because you may be in for a surprise! Weatherwise, it was nice at the range today and though it was cloudy and threatening rain, it stayed dry. A bonus was that I'm guessing because of the threat of rain, I had the whole range to myself. Now keeping in mind that I'm two months shy of my 67th birthday, that my eyes aren't what they used to be, and that I'm using iron sights at 100 yards, this first target photo is of my best group with the Winchester ammo. The second photo shows my last six shots after a long three hours at the range shooting the Sako and my old Spanish Mauser Model 1943 7.92x57 rifle. As noted on the target, the top four holes are the Sako Super Hammerhead group and the lower two holes are the Winchesters. These six rounds were fired back to back using the same hold and sight adjustment. You can plainly see how different their respective points of impact are. The stick-on targets are 12" in diameter.