I was one of the lucky ones who got one of the first Marlin 17V's when they first came out. It's been a few years and a couple of thousands of rounds later, but the accuracy has really been dropping off lately. It started off being a .75 MOA gun at 100 yards, but now it's closer to 3-4 MOA. Now I'm trying to figure out what to do to get the groups back down. The muzzle looks decent, but I might have it re-crowned to see if it helps. If that doesn't help I'm out of ideas. Do I sell it and put the funds towards a newer 17? Should I try contacting Marlin to see if they would re-barrel it? What would you do with a gun that looses it's accuracy? TIA.