Well, I'm from the SE part of the nation. I deer/hog hunt exclusively with a few dove shoots here and there when I get a chance. But that's enough about me. My Regular hunting rifle is a Remington 700 .270. I love the rifle. I have killed many hogs and whitetail with it with my farthest shot being 360 yards on a whitetail in Western Oklahoma. I know that's not far for ya'll, but for us SouthEasterners we are lucky to see that far if it isn't on a powerline. I originally got on this site looking for a way to make my rifle more accurate again.... Yes again. For the last 4 years in a row, I have shot 1/2" 3 shot groups consistantly anytime I got behind the rifle on a bench. The rifle is completely stock, and I shoot Remington Core Lokt 130 grain bullets. That may sound unbelieveable but I did it for multiple years in a row. Now, I can't get the gun to shoot like it used too. I can get MOA groups but the bullets never touch anymore and I'm just plain unsatisfied with my rifle. My first plan is to bed the rifle, and free float it at the same time. Then shoot it and see what she does. It is a synthetic stock, I'm not sure if that's good or bad? But I want some advice on how get my rifle back to shooting right. This is my first post so go easy on me. Jeff Oh yeah, and I have a Burris 4x16-44 Ballistic Plex Scope.