Originally Posted by hunter966
I have a 260 Rem. and have it shooting dead on at 100 yards but when I shoot at 200 through 400, that's as far as I've been so far, my groups are still tight but they are all off to the right and I am not quite sure as to what I am doing to make that happen.
I am thinking that i am canting my rifle to the right, I am a right handed shooter, in order make my scope stay vertical. My stock is an HS Precision with palm swell and I have a XLR Industries cheek rest on it.
Any suggestions would be helpful.
Just get a scope level and set the rifle up level using the action rails, then use the level to
set the scope and reticle level.
Then while shooting read the level on every shot and that should minimize your issues.
Canting the scope in the rings and and canting the rifle is a common probablem.
I like the scope mounted levels and the action levels and use both at the same time for
best set up results.