has anyone had a problem with a sauer forend selling up after its been wet causing contact with the barrel ??
reason I ask is I had a rifle in for load development yesterday and the problem of its in accuracy was plain to see,the rifle was less than 1 year old.
I told the owner of the problem who called the shop he got it from as I wasn't prepared to remove wood from the stock without consent the warranty would still be valid.
I ended up taking the rifle to the people who inport these who told me its been excessively wet and not dried properly.
now you would have thought a rifle costing over 2K which was sold as a hunting rifle would be ok to take out when it was raining or are these rifle for fair weather hunters only ???