Hello all, new member so I apologize if this is posted in the wrong spot. I just bought an 1895 SBL and took it to the range for the first time. Put 6 rounds through it at 50 yards, out of the box open sights, and not a single round hit paper! Had my buddy shoot it and got the same result (or lack thereof)! After about 15 rds we figured out it was shooting about 9" high and to the right. We are both experienced shooters, shooting from a bench, factory ammo (Winchester Super X, 300gr, jacketed hollow points). This is my first Marlin since a Model 70 .22 I had years ago, and I know Marlin has a great reputation so I'm not questioning the quality of their products, but just curious if this sounds odd for a 45-70 and any ideas on what would cause the accuracy to be so far out of whack??? Thanks in advance for your responses and or suggestions.