i've bought a savage model 12 btcss (thumbhole .223). i noticed during the break in that the groups were large (3"+) from the very beginning. i was dry firing, practicing without ammo and i noticed that when i would press the trigger the crosshairs in the scope would bounce all the way out of the target box. the rifle didn't move but the crosshairs did. i checked all of the mouting hardware and it was tight. i checked to make sure that the rings were lined up and they were. and the bounce was still there, i took the scope off of the savage and put it on my ar rifle and no bouce. i changed out the scope and the new one did it to. i changed out the mounting hardware from a 2 piece burris base with leoupold rings to a 1 piece winchester base with leoupold rings. no bouce was detected and i was able to shoot some less than one inch groups. i am out at the range this afternoon, thinking that the problem is gone. i am testing ammo and the groups go form sub inch to 3 inches. i check and sure enough the bounce is back in the crosshairs. i took it to the gun shop in town and they tested it with a brand new leupold and it does it to. is ther an inherent problem with the savage model 12? after trying 2 different sets of mounting hardware and 2 different scopes what is the next step?