So over the years I've had trouble getting my factory model 70 300wby mag to shoot. I've always shot 180gr hornady because that's what my uncles recommended. Tried different loads with different powders and never could get under an inch at 100yds. After a ton or research on this site about different things that affect accuracy I free floated the stock, torqued the action screws to spec, squared my scope rings and went with a 210gr vld and H1000. This was my first time shooting prone off of a bipod with a rear bag and the first real shooting session in a couple years. I started at 79gr and loaded 3 shot groups at 79, 79.5, 80 and 80.5. 80gr shot .38 at 100yds and 80.5 shot .83. For a bone stock rifle I am super happy!! I am confident that replacing the wood stock with an hs precision with a full bedding block will only improve things along with better optics. Can't wait to stretch it out a bit and see how she does.