Looky here (click thumbnail to enlarge): Left: Lapua 123gn Spitzer, 37gn N130. 8 shots 1.65MOA, 2 shots about 3" low. Right: Same, 38gn N130, 7 shots 1.75MOA, 3 shots about 3" high. Bottom: Same, 39gn N130, alles Ã¼ber der platz. Rifle: the No.4 Mk.I*, with the Mk.2 stock, bedded w. 5lb muzzle pressure. Thrown charges. Filthy barrel (is currently soaking in Hoppe's Copper Terminator - don't think it's been thouroughly cleaned since it was assembled in 1950...). Zero changed between series. Rug: Ikea, 1990's, trashy. Shot at 100m, 10-ring is 28mm (1 MOA). Interesting, no? Methinks I might find happiness around 37.5gns with that bullet which should hit the sweet spot and eliminate those fliers. Me also thinks that some nice slow subsonic cast loads should also make me happy. Or alternatively fiddling with the bedding pressure.