I have modern stalking rifles with synthetic / laminate stocks.
I've started to hanker after a proper, traditional style, woodland stalking piece - low mag scope, leather sling, no mod or bipod.
I've long admired the look and feel of a stutzen and recently did some research into the price and availability of a Sako 85 Bavarian Carbine. I also like the Mannlichers.
I spoke to an RFD whose opinion I value. He advised against a stutzen (of any kind) on the grounds of poor accuracy. The suggestion seemed to be that they can produce a decent group one day, but the POI can change the next time out.
I'd be grateful for your experience of the accuracy of modern stutzens.