So I'm at the range for a few hours today trying to determine what is going to shoot better for me. The rifle is a Win model 70 300wsm in a McMillian Edge stock with a swaro 3.5-15x44. I'm shooting bug holes with it at 100yds. The gun has always shot good but it's as good as I have shot ever at 100. Move out to 200 and I'm all over the place. I'm shooting off of a Lead sled and doing everything I was doing at 100 but I'll get 1 low 4" and left 2" then low 3" and right 3" then a 3rd shot will be 4" high and a couple inches left.
The ammo that shot best at 100yds was Federal premium trophy copper. Nosler Accubonds were noticeably not as tight of groups. Out at 200 they both were equally as bad. I'm fairly new at trying to shoot consistently out past 100yds. But now I'm frustrated to say the least. Any ideas or thoughts? Thanks