Some of you may have read my thread about going to the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park, but then not being allowed to shoot at the 600 yd target, because the iron sights on my PTR 91 only went up to 400 meters. After that, I posted a thread about trying to mount my budget scope, with a budget mount, on the rifle. That did not go well, at all. Iâ€™ve really gotten into shooting with iron sights anyway, so I decided to add a longer range rear sight. I went online and found the last HK 1200 meter rear sight that MidwayUSA.com had in stock, on clearance, for about $80.00 off of their regular price (and over $200.00 less than HKparts.net). The scheduled delivery date was the next Monday. I was hoping it would come on Saturday, so I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the mailbox today (Friday), and there it was! I was able to remove the regular rear sight, install the new sight, and then adjust for windage and elevation, all with the one specialty tool that I found at Home Depot: (Just in case anyone is unsure, the â€œspecialty toolâ€ comment is sarcasm. Itâ€™s just a regular stubby Phillips-head screwdriver.) Hereâ€™s the sight on the rifle: The closest setting is 200 meters and then it goes up 100 meters at a time to 1200. The target backers at my gun club are pre-set at specific yard distances and cannot be moved. So, I went to the near-by public range so that I could set the backer at 30 meters. The line of sight, and bullet trajectory, is supposed to intersect at 30 meters and then again at 200 meters. I put four targets at 30 meters and then started trying to dial it in with ammunition that I simply call â€œGerman surplusâ€: I started low left and then adjusted the shots into the 1.5â€ red square: Next was a 3â€ red square: And then a 2â€ red square: And then a 1â€ square: (I think I adjusted to the left before the last two shots that are right above the red square.) On all of the red square targets, above and below, I was trying to touch the top of the front post to the bottom of the square (6:00 hold).