Re: 25-06 accuracy problems
I agree with mtbullet. To adjust the parallax, get the gun set good and solid and then move your head around, looking through the scope from different angles. When properly adjusted, the crosshair shouild not appear to move on the target, no matter how much you move your eye up and down. If the gun shoots that well at 100 yards it should also shoot well at 500. Only time I've experienced something like that when the parallax was adjusted was a 22-250 trying to shoot 80 g bergers in a 1 in 14 twist. They were good at 100 but really bad at 500, some were even tumbling. Do any of your bullet holes at the longer ranges look oblong or out of round? I've had several 25-06s and all shot the berger really well. There is a lot of brain and experience on this forum and someone will come up with something!
Phil Conklin.... Shooting Instructor for The Best of the West