I arrived the night before opening day.
No daylight to do any target practicing.
The SKS had a peep sight that was fine the year before, spent a year in the safe and then came out.
The morning of opening day, I slung it over my shoulder and walked to my stand.
When I reached my ground stand, I leaned it against a fallen tree, and put my heat seat on same fallen tree and picked up the rifle.
I did not ever bump, drop, or scrape the rifle on anything.
When I hunt with scoped firearms I always do a "sight-in."
This is the only time I've had irons come loose.
They have always been rock steady.
I see now, that that can change.
How it did, is a complete and utter mystery to me.
Last edited by rmocarsky; October 18, 2012 at 08:18 PM.