NOT that it's ON TOPIC, but it seems to me that Ruger had PLENTY OF CHANCES, to do right by the gun, BEFORE it left the factory: 1. The assembler could have checked to be sure the sight wasn't canted. 2. They could have TEST FIRED the rifle, for accuracy, the fact THEY DIDN'T is obvious to the most casual observer. 3. IF they had a QC check, they also would have caught this obvious problem. INSTEAD, Ruger was in a flying rush to throw the rifle out the door. HOW, exactly, is the manner in which they treated the rifle, in the first place, supposed to inspire me to trust them with it, as a return?