40 years of shooting has convinced me of the following-
Fixed sights are unlikely to be adjusted by the purchaser, so the manufacturers to make a reasonable effort to zero them- say, on a pack of cigarettes at 15 yards.
Manufacturers know that adjustable sights are very likely to be adjusted by the purchaser. The manufacturer further realizes that he cannot adjust those sights to accommodate every set of hands and eyes- not to mention every load. So they rough zero them and leave the rest to the guy or gal who paid extra for the ability to do just that.
I'm inclined to think if a man hasn't gotten his point across in 4912 attempts, 4913 probably isn't going to do it.