I'm new to the forum, and would like some thoughts on the notorious topic of sks scope mounts. I bought my first norinco d-model sks about 10 years ago, and ordered a cheap norinco scope and receiver mount, that never kept point of impact at any distance. Then I bought my current D-model 3 years ago and ordered the "improved" leaper's receiver mount with a 5th. generation 6X scope. Love the scope, but everytime I go to the range and get the gun to group 2-3' at 50yds, then go back to the range next weekend, the point of impact has changed on the target, though the groups are still OK? I understand that the sks is a 100yd battle rifle, and though I'm skilled enough to hit the torso area at 100yds with the open sights, I prefer to have a 4X scope for a clear sight picture. I'm happy with a 3-4" group at 100yds, but all I want is a mount system to keep the shots in the same spot everytime I go back to the range! I'm considering the choate side mount, has anyone had consistent points of impact with this system? Aceman.