Im back to piss and moan. The gun is in a vice. Its not moviing. The only way to get it to group is take the scope out of the picture. See if the rifle will group straight out of the barrel. Yes it does, now look thru the scope and put a mark where the crosshairs are on the target just like in the military. Now fire the rifle again look and see where the crosshairs are now they have moved over 2". Remember the rifle has not been moved neither have the scope adjustments. Now you think the scope must not be secure well it is and the scope shoots great on my weatherby 7 mag. I have since did some sear hing and their are others with this problem at least 2 other cases mine makes 3. Their all the same model rifle diffrent calibers. The reciever is all that's left that can be changing with each shot, which the scope is mounted too. Maybe the smaller calibers are not shifting but I for sure this magnum is. Please don't think I just went and bought my first gun yesterday and it doesn't shoot straight Im not the only one their in fact their were 7 people their really more but with a little sense only 7. Forgive my spelling I'm in a little bit of turbulence this morning not real crazy about small planes.