I bought a Saiga AK 74 in .223 I really thought this would be a fun gun and not too accurate. I scoped it and sighted it in at home at 50 yards with a lazer plug... So I thought it was good to go to the range... Man was I wrong ! I put the targets at 75 yards and got cockey... all I did was make a fool of myself ! Thankfully, the range was not full ! I finally got humble and pulled the targets back to 25 yards and started to get real. After homing in I got the target group acceptable. After tuning and tweeking I got 1 inch groups and that rebuilt my confidence. Now I am consistently holding them tight at 1" at 100 yards. That to me is impressive with any gun. I give all the credit to the scope. I will never again try to go past 25 yards on start up. My ego is big, but I'm not stupid Have any of you had a similiar experince ?