Today I was at the range checking one of my flintlocks. This one is a .54, although that doesn't matter for my question. I shot at 25 yards and it is dead-center with basically one hole for 3-shots. At 50-yards it was the same, but higher. At 100-yards the 3-shot groups were always a bit left. My groups pretty much had two holes touching and one a little low or slightly further left. This happened for several groups in a row. The two holes touching are right at 2-inches to the left. Depending on where that 3rd shot went it may be 2.5-inches left or it may be just a little lower than the 2 touching shots. I cannot complain about the accuracy. With a sandbag under the first wedge pin and my right elbow on the table (right handed) these groups are less than 3-inches! This is for hunting and I do have a lot of reason to shoot out to 100-yards (but not really further). The rear sight has a dovetail set screw. To move it I need to loosen that screw just a little and tap it ever so slightly. I am afraid to move it too much. I would hate to loosen the set screw and lose control of the sight and then have to start over altogether. I can't decide. Do I move it a bit right or just leave it?