I had put the Scout Mount on my Hex M91/30 before, but it rocked up&down, and side to side. So, after procrastinating awhile, I reinstalled it with Loctite on the screws, and cranked it down better. Took it to the range this morning, and put a box of Hungarian 174 grain Heavy Ball through it. The "Poorman's bore sighting" - looking through the bore then through the scope - worked to get me on papaer. Just got it 'ball parked' at 50 yards at this time - still need to get my new glasses, so I am shooting 'center of fuzzy mass'! Got it grouping about two inches, about an inch low at 50. Should be good enough for some ersatz deer or pig use later. Once I got my new peepers, I can get her sighted in with my 180 grain SP handloads. After twenty rounds, the scope is still solid, not rocking! laff I also got my Russian TOZ .22LR rifle sighted in with a scope from a rifle I had traded off. It's a cheapo, but has a nice clear view, and performs well for rimfires. I used both CCI Minimags - my 'benchmark ammo - and some Federal 'Auto Match' tha had done poorly in a couple other rifles. The TOZ likes it, and shoots as tight as the Minimag for a lot cheaper! This will likely become my new 'squirrel rig'. The TOZ has a crappy finish, and I think Ivan was well into his cups of vodca when he tried to do the checkering...... So, later the wood will get a good going over! The prior owner had also removed the iron sights, leaving the muzzle looking ugly - I will reinstall them. Luckily, he still retained all the original parts, three extra magazines and the original Manual. This fine Sunday morning, I am a happy Monkey! Dos vidanya!