ah, the plot thickens.
My interest is way up on this one.
I'm stuck, so far, with factory actions. Hole alignment is probably debatable.
I've recently went to double dove tail bases and rings. That 'should' help a bit????
How would some one such as myself, professor though I may be
, check the scope alignment?
A 1" or 30 mm rod the length of the action and barrel?
A "sun shade" 30" long?
Then observe the differences at the muzzle?
How about centering the reticle, or very close to it, then do the laser cartridge bore sighter thing observe the difference between the vertical and the dot?
Or send the action to a good smith and rebore the mounting holes to the next size up while simultaneously correcting any alighment issues?
Boss Hoss, just shows ya how much of a professor I really am.