ok i have a belgium BAR .300 win mag. now this is a good rifle but it has one thing about it that isnt right. heres what it does. the other day i was shooting it trying to sight it in so i could use it this year. first 3 shots went about 3 inches high at 100yds. so i drop it down to hit the bull. so i go to fire my usual 3 round group and first shot hits the bull. now heres where it starts bein a brain teaser. my second and 3rd shot went back up 3 inches high where the original 3 rounds went. so i think well maybe i didnt move it as much as i thought and it was just a mistake that i hit the bull with the 4th round i fired. so i drop it down again and the first shot i fire hits the bull and the next to rounds go right back 3 inches high. this happened 5 times before i gave up. so somebody give me some thoughts on why this gun keeps doin this. its done it for years. my grandpa claims that the rifle has done that from day one when he bought it 30 years go. i personally think the scope is bad, and it might be stuck and thats why it goes back to the same place. but my grandpa says that he's had 3 different scopes on it and it still does it.