This is a general question on when to suspect something OTHER than the load. I guess my question is how inaccurate a stable bullet can be when fired from a rifle that is reasonably accurate. At some point the bedding, the scope, the scope rings and bases should become suspect. If you were to place a barreled action in a solid machine rest, and ignoring POA how large of a spread could you get, even from a shot out barrel, assuming that the bullet is stable when fired? Could it shoot larger than 6 inches @ 100 yards? 12" ? OR is there no limit? thanks, edge.