Originally Posted by rryun
I have a Savage 22-250 11 fcns 22" sporter barrel with a 4-16 monarch on top, caldwell bi pod. i can seem to get 1" groups at 100 and obviously cant get 3" groups at 300 its close but not what i think it should. shot 50-55 hornadys, 55 rem core loked and get about the same results.... any ideas are welcome, dont like the idea of moly but hear it can help groups?? Not into reloading so thats outta the question
The purpose of moly is to allow more shooting between barrel cleaning. I think it's highly unlikely that it will improve groups.
Many, actually probably most, firearm and ammo manufacturers consider 1 inch at 100 yards acceptable accuracy. If you can consistently get that with factory ammo, you're doing well. In the 22-250s I've had, Remington loads have proved very satisfactory but, if they're not doing as well as you like and you don't reload, you'll have to try some other brands.
Checking the crown, bore, scope attachments, having a trigger job are all good ideas and if a problem is found could help you.