I recently inherited a Model 1895 in 30-40 from my father who passed away this past Jan. and am interested in some loads. When shooting Remington's 180 factory load I am shooting 3 - 3 1/2 " high at 100 yards. This rifle has a Lyman climbing peep sight on it and the sight is as low as it can go. I'm not interested changing the front sight out for a taller sight so I need to play with the loads. I would prefer to have it shooting about 2" high at 100 yards but if I can't get that by playing with the loads then I need to get as low as possible. I'm hoping to use it this next deer season in memory of my father who taught me how to shot and hunt. Thanks for any help anybody can give me on this matter.