So, got the Bushnell .17 scope all zeroed in on the CZ Full Stock today. Nice scope with an AO front ring, a BDC turret, and 3.5-10x36. Very clear, under $80. The CZ Full Stock is a Mannlicher stocked bolt action, the stock has a European style drop on the comb, so the irons are easy, but with low rings, I can still get a solid cheek weld. So, started at 25 yards the other day, then took the scope off to fill the rear sight mount holes with small plug screws. The 455 rear sight can interfere with a low mounted scope, so...off it came. Funny thing, they are secured by screws and glue, you unscrew it, then heat gun it, and break the glue off by smacking the metal sight with a rubber hammer. Worked great! But the screws to fill the holes are tiny, so I had to order them. Anyway, got the holes filled, put the scope back on, and hoped hard. Set up at 100, using a cheap sled, and shot the target below. 1 shot to see if I was close, then 3 shots on the right, adjust, 3 left, adjust, then 5 barely right, adjust 2 clicks, and 5 again just left of center. Had enough right to left wind come up that I’m calling it good. Was nailing bits of leftover clay pigeons on the berm behind the target with no effort using that zero, so I’m happy. Here’s the gun in a net grabbed picture.