Hey guys. Just got done converting a mak90 to AK configuration (7.62x39). What distance should I zero the sights at? I've read that 25 yards dead on will be dead on again at 200. Has that been your experience? Won't be shooting any fancy high powered stuff, probably just surplus or Wolf (whatever I can get at a good price). Realize AK's weren't designed to be tack drivers, but I want to maximize whatever accuracy the rifle is capable of. Obviously not going to hunt with it, I demand sub MOA at a hundred yards to take a shot on any animal, less self-defence. I can't allow for the possibility of anything less than a clean kill. It's a me thing, animal suffering is not something I can handle. Just looking for good plinking accuracy as the only thing, hopefully, this will ever shoot at is paper or cans (zombies if we ever get lucky:winkkiss. Also, any accurizing tricks that have proven to work for you would be great to hear about (something other than buy an AR preferably, it's on my wish list). Already watched some videos on smoothing the action, but, honestly, this thing feels pretty darned smooth already. Anyway, any input from the experts, which is anyone who has ever fired an AK to me as I have never, would be appreciated. Thanks.