Hi All, I recently bought a Traditions Hawken 50 caliber rifle and I plan to sight it in this coming weekend. I have another traditions 50 caliber with a scope (I'm an older guy), and have no issues. But, this Hawken has factory iron sights that I'd like to try using. But, when I put my cheek up to the stock, the front sight seems too low to get the front bead into the "V" of the rear sight no matter how hard I bear down on the stock. I'm hoping that once on the range, I'll adjust the rear sight up considerably to be able to actually aim it at anything. Perhaps the factory just screwed in the rear sight down to the barrel with no adjustment? I was wondering if anybody else had this problem? I've never owned a Hawken before, but have been hunting with iron sights forever until the eyes needed tri-focals... I would appreciate any comments!