A while back I bought a virtually new 700 at the pawn shop for a steal. My buddy at the pawn shop told me they sold it to him because they say it wont zero in. It had a Chinese scope on it so I figured that was the problem. I put it in the safe and have not thought about it for over a year. This morning, I pulled it out of the safe to mount a new scope on it and immediately discovered why the old one would not zero. It was mounted on what I call "Redfield mounting system." People call it Leupold now, but it was invented by Redfield and to me it will always be Redfield. The knucklehead that mounted the scope had it canted so far out of whack on the base to the left that he did not have enough windage in the scope to compensate for the wonderful job of mounting that he did.