I was shocked myself when I trotted down to look at it!
I don't always do that well with ANY gun. I might add that I was under an overhang, we had an overcast day, and there was no glare and I could make out the sight alignment better than other days when out in the sun, etc. Good day for articulating the sights. Bright, sunny days could also have added to the previously poor results from shooting the 1934.