Originally Posted by squirrelduster
Winner, the scope is a Nightforce that has been on multiple rifles with no issues before so I doubt if it has anything to do with the problem.
You never know until you test ............believe only what you can verify. If its a nightforce, then nothing's every going to possibly be wrong with it.
This is a trick I learned from a SF guy, the first thing they did with any new equipment set up ( mostly S&B scopes BTW).
Shoot four three shot groups and Prove me wrong, for your own sake! It will only take 12 rounds, good luck with your range session.