Back on track
I have one in 300WSM, love it. My observations of the rifle are that with the 1-10 twist tube in the 300WSM it doesn't seem to like light pills, anything over 180grains it seems to shoot well though.
As per others ob's, 3 shots generally hover just under MOA, 5 will blow em out to well over the MOA mark, but you gotta expect that with the fluted straw tube it's wearing as a barrel.
Its not a heavy barrel long range tack driver like others in the cabinet, but its the most "practical" everyday hunting rifle I own, and given the right conditions very capable out to around 700yrds.
I'm lobbing 190grain match bullets out of it at the moment. Will sort a 220 grain RN load for it later in the year for brush hunting Sambar, with any luck I can get it printing close enough to my 190 Match bullet so I dont have to rezero.