Acquired my grandpa's Browning model 92 44 mag, after his passing, and I need some suggestions on the best option to get this nice little brush gun zeroed in. I don't think he had any problem over the years, I remember shooting it his last hunting season, it seemed fine. Although I know he bought some reduced recoil rounds. Before last deer season I had the gun disassembled, cleaned, re-blued. Bought new ammo,(believe Remington sp 240 gr.?) Better send some down range, make sure it's on.(had the sight ramp on the same notch that it was in the past) Couldn't even hit paper at 50 yrds.About 9 inches high at 25 yrds. Had to take the ramp completely out to even hit paper at 50. Still too high at 25. Has anyone had this problem? The barrel/ tube band had to be replaced ,I think he had to use one for a Marlin. But everything looks fine as far as I can tell pertaining to the work that was done.The rear sight is still to high, plus it doesn't feel natural to me acquiring the target quickly with it completely down on the barrel. The front sight is to low but it's attached (welded? )to the barrel, with the band directly behind it. Different maybe heavier loads? Any ideas?