Originally Posted by Twitchtwitchreel
I installed a new timeney trigger last weekend. Had to do minor inleting for bolt release and safety. After reassembl, I took to the range and the gun shot 2 foot high and to the right. Group is great just off. The scope was not bumped that I know of. The gun is a rem 700 adl 30-06. Has a 15 moa base on it but has never shot this high. Any help would be great!
I'm assuming you got 2 ft to the right and high at 100 yds??? That's a bunch - has the stock been bedded - I would guess some difference could be torque on your screws not being set at what they were previously but 2 ft is a lot.
I would take that sucker apart again and after putting it back together see what happens. Something didn't settle back to what it was previously. Any chance you had a scope mount or base screw come loose? There is no chance that you were shooting different ammo than previously??
Bottom line is it could be any of a dozen different things - process of elimination.