I have an ongoing accuracy problem with a Sako 75 in .243, and would be very grateful for input.
After a previous consultation on here, I got the rifle glass and pillar bedded by a respected smith.
It now behaves extremely predictably:
First shot from a cold barrel is dead on. First shots from successive groups fired 5 mins apart overlap. In fact, if i just took the first shot from each group, they form a single ragged hole.
Second shot from a group goes 3 inches right and an inch and a half up. Again, very consistent - forms a respectable group of its own.
Third shot from a group ends up roughly in between first and second, but with less consistency.
So: what's happening and what can I do?