Okay. Went to the hills today with a box of factory Winchester 150 grain Power-Point loads, and a few of my own reloads with Berger 168 grain VLDs. The setup was a portable bench with sand bags. Pretty stable overall. Shooting 100 yards. 0-1 mile an hour wind. Huskemaw 5-20 scope. The red dots on the target are one inch circles, and the target grid squares are also one inch. I'm very dissatisfied with a rifle that's suppose to be along range tack driver. I'm getting similar results with a Leupold 3-9 scope mounted on the same rifle. Take a look-see and let me know what you think is happening.
This top pic is the target shot by the Winchester factory loads. Five shots at each dot, except for the top left and top right dots where there is six shot at the left dot and four at the right dot.
This pic is of the target shot by my 168 grain Berger VLD reloads. Four shot at each dot.