Re: Field Rest Accuracy
Well, 1moa isn't bad to start with, but you should try using a sand bag or a rear rest bag under your stock and "preload" your bipod if you are shooting in the prone condition (dig in your legs into the earth slightly to eliminate small shakes).
Lots of guys here use bipods and rear rests to get .5 or better MOA accuracy. I think since this is a LRH forum, few people are using a front shooting rest because most of the shots are taken in the bush, not the F class shooting line. Bipods, back packs, and tripods are common around here.
If you have changed anything about your loads like FL resized or necksized, seating depth... that chould be changing the grouping. I have found that the cartidges in my magazine are slamming forward and changing the seating depth on the rest of the bullets in my 300wsm so I am going to attempt to increase neck tension to aleviate this problem.
I used to re-load but now I "hand-load".
-- Well, at least I try