Re: Bench Technique HELP !!!
Does the flyer come at the same point in your string, or is it just random? (Always the last shot, always the first shot, etc). Do they go to the same spot, or direction? (Last shot goes high, first shot is at 3 o'clock, etc). If so, I'd be thinking "rifle". If they are random, I'd be thinking "shooter". Lots of things could be wrong, with a little more info we might be able to do a long-range diagnosis (no pun intended!) a little easier.
Like 6ppc said, watch the sling swivel stud, even without a sling attached. Grip the rifle the same each time. (I have a rifle that likes to be held tightly to shoot best for some reason). Position it the same on the bags each time. Some guys put a piece of masking tape around the forend, then set that point on the bag, etc. Watch the wind! If it's a heavy kicker, be careful that you don't develop a flinch mid-string. Make sure your parallax is set correctly to "dial-out" any scope error. And once you've done all of these, HOPE that luck is on your side & guides those bullets in! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]