This post just re-affirms why I am so bummed out about my Supergrade.... your results are similar to the accuracy I had with my old New Haven featherweight, and clearly they can still make good ones based on your results and I just got a dud. Factory ammo (multiple different flavors of Norma PH was in the 2.5-4" range for 5 shot groups for me).I’ve got 3 new production model 70’s. A FWT 308, FWT 30-06, and an EW 30-06. The 308 is a South Carolina gun, the FWT 06 I believe is made in SC and assembled in Portugal, and the EW is Portugal. The fit and finish is great on all 3, with the 06 FWT being the nicest. All three adjusted down to 3 lbs or 3.5 lbs with no creep or overtravel. I have shot the EW the most by far since it’s in a mcmillan now and is the most comfortable to shoot. I’d buy another in a heartbeat. The first pic is the 308 obviously with nosler ammo off a rickety table, the second is from the EW with a 180 Sierra prohunter over hunter shot prone , and the 3rd is the same load through the 06 FWT off a bench.