Sorry if this is a double post I tried to make a thread a minute ago and it looks like it didn't work. But long story short I bought my first Hi-Point recently, a 995TS after shooting some friends. All the 995s I've shot up until now have been open sight guns and I hate open sights so I went ahead and got an aftermarket aluminum top rail, Burris PEPR scope mount and a Millet DMS-2 1-6x scope. I got everything put together and loctited up and shot it today using some of a buddys 115g handloads and some blazer brass 115g. I shot it at 25yds in a leadsled and was pretty disappointed... I didnt actually measure any of the groups but the best 5 shot group could barely be covered with a 4" circle. Ive got some 124g blazer brass and 124g Fiocchi on order that Ill try later. I guess my questions is this just par for the course accuracy or could something be wrong or is there anything else I can do to improve it??? To be completely honest I can shoot my little Ruger LCP.380 with Crimson Trace grips as good at the same distance with a good rest and thats just crazy to me. Maybe Im expecting too much but I figured at a mere 25yds out of a leadsled I should be able to cover a 5 shot group with a half dollar.