Well, I finally got around to seeing if I had ever tested my SAR-48HB at 100 yards. Evidently I hadn't. My first shot was high and to the left, and then I overcompensated on the next. After a final adjustment, I hit the bull, then followed up with 2 more, putting the 3 shot group at under ¾ inch. I actually scoped this rifle years ago. A lot has happened over the years, not the least of which was my wife's illness, hospitalization and death. Needless to say, shooting has taken a back seat to a lot of things, and for a time didn't seem important. Later, new guns seemed to take precedence. Even today, I was going to take my AR out, saw the FAL patiently waiting, and on a whim, grabbed it instead. Now, I feel vindicated, as I always heard "You'll never see MOA with a FAL, unless it's a custom barrel with reloads, and that's a big MAYBE!" I always argued I thought this was far better than most, and even had several people tell me it was the most accurate FAL they had ever shot. This was with NATO surplus, and obviously a bit hotter than what I'm used to, as it was spitting the empties out rather vigorously. Most of the stuff I've shot barely plunks it out down by my right foot. Guess I'll give some attention to the action. Kinda had to look for these. Now for a day without wind to see if it's any better.