Hello everybody, I was just hoping to get some advice regarding a recent purchase I made. I recently bought a Saiga 5.45 and a very nice Kalinka Optics POSP 6X scope for it. I havent converted the rifle at all and have been using mostly soviet milsurp spam can ammo. I have been out to the range with it only three times now (don't have that much experience with rifles otherwise) and realize that I am shooting an AK, but I have seen much tighter groups at 100 yards from others online. I have tried weighing my gun down as much as possible with sand bags (basically immobile) at the range to prevent any movement and being as steady on the trigger as possible, but I havent achieved accuracy a lot of people show off on youtube for their Saiga 5.45s and I am wondering why. Here is the kind of accuracy I am getting: photobucket.com/saiga545 Here is a video of somebody shooting a saiga with much better accuracy: golden tiger 5.45mm vs 7n6 - YouTube What is wrong? Do you think my gun is to blame, the ammo (which is mil-spec and probably more accurate than consumer stuff), my scope (it is on there tight and well-built) or me (even though I have weighed it down immensely)? I just don't know and since I don't have anything more accurate and people around are saying they get 2 moa all day with surplus, I am getting very discouraged and upset with my gun. I really like it and if not for people saying and showing how much better they are with it, I wouldn't be upset. But since they are shooting much better, I want to know, what is wrong/not as good as what they have? I have asked and gotten some feedback on it here: (forum.Saiga-12.com ), but would like some more from some more people. Thank you very much for your opinions guys.