Double Groups Are A Worry
Q: My rifle which has been very accurate from new has started to shoot
double groups. Can you suggest a reason for this, as I am at a loss to know
what to do? Bob Barker
A: A double group is usually a sign that something is loose. That could be the
scope mounts, rings or a loose screw securing the barrelled action to the stock.
It is a sure sign that there's a mechanical problem with the firearm. Check all these
things then take it out to the range and see if the problem is gone.