!/4 MOA is doable but it would probably come with specific loads worked up by them to
perform to this level which would increase the price considerably.
As to one smith doing better work than everyone else ? Perfect is perfect no matter who
does it and there are a few on this site that I would have to say can do as well as anyone.
Most Custom rifles
are capable of 1/4 MOA but it is hard to guarantee this level of accuracy
on every rifle because of the barrels. even though you have a barrel with extremely close
tolerances they will not all shoot to the same level.
A lot of bench rest shooters will build using many barrels and sometimes find a "Hummer"
that shoots better than anything that they have, even though they have the same loads,
A consistant 1/2 MOA hunting rifle is a thing of wonder and a 1/4 MOA hunting rifle is not
as easy a just buying one, they require load development work and range time plus a
good smith to perform at this level.
Claims are easy to make ,but proof if hard. 'Beware of greeks bearing gifts' !!!!!
Any good gunsmith should be able to produce a 1/4 MOA rifle given enough time and money
to work up load for it. but you can buy a rifle that is just as good and spend the time tuning
the ammo for a lot less money.
Most well made rifles will out perform most shooters and they will never realizes the true
potential of the rifle.
Buy what you wan't but don't expect to much because there is no magic rifle that can be
bought that will shoot one hole every time. Just once in a while one ends up with one
and it is the exception.
This is just an opinion based on over 50 years of experience so take it for what it's worth.
J E CUSTOM