First let me say that I'm not trying to start a debate on Kimber’s inherent accuracy or inaccuracy. Mine unfortunately appears to be the latter. I know other guy’s who own extremely accurate Kimbers and they are deservedly very happy with them. I, however, am not. No matter what I do, the rifle just doesn’t want to shoot well. The best I’ve been able to achieve is about 1.5"- 1.75” groups at 100 yards. (Kimber support says that's within their accepable range) To attempt to improve the groups here's what I’ve done so far: · I’ve re-crowned the barrel · I’ve ensured the barrel is completely floated · I’ve verified the pillar bedded receiver is tightened to factory recommended torque level · I’ve tried a variety of bullets from 110 grains to 150 grains · I’ve tried both with factory and hand loaded ammo · On hand loaded ammo I’ve played with different powders and seating depths · In desperation, I have even tried using one of those harmonic donuts Nothing has worked. I have owned the gun for 3 years now and have decided it’s time to do something with it but I’m having a terrible time trying to decide what that is. I really like the feel of the gun – action is smooth, feeds well and simply fits very comfortably. Here are the actions I’ve been thinking about: · Give up and dump the gun · Have the gun’s action blue printed · Re-barrel the gun · Blue print and re-barrel the gun If I didn’t like the way the gun feels the first option would be a no brainer but since it does and since I’ve already dumped a lot of time and money into the gun I would always wonder what if… So any recommendations?