I just acquired a Browning A- Bolt in .270 win. I have never owned a Browning before, but I think I am now a fan. This one has the BOSS. The gun was " used " but never fired. I did not not adjust the boss, as I did not know anything about it. I assembled a few loads and off to range I went. I loaded some 130 TTSX's, and 140 VLD's. Charges were using RL22, and RL19. Well anyway, long story short, with the VLD's I got 3 back to back groups at 100 in the 3's, and at 200, in the low 7's. The barrel on this thing is 22, including the BOSS. I was not expecting this kind of accuracy from a " pencil" barrel. My question is does anyone have one of these, and is this accuracy typical for a Browning? Most of my factory guns are Remys, and winchesters. The barrel is slick as glass , and the stock seems to be factory bedded. Trigger is decent, no creep, breaks at about 3 lbs. Like I say, I have never owned a Browning, and did not ever think that they were this good. Anybody have any tips or stories? Thanks to all. AIM SMALL, MISS SMALL. gun) 7 STW.