Well I never had a real accurate gun before but the boys wanted a rifle so I bought one earlier this year. I kind of got the bug that if I was going to shoot one of them lightning rods then I wanted to be able to shoot some longer distances and make things interesting. I ended up picking up a Remington 700XCR Compact Tactical in .308. After breaking in the barrel, sighting in, etc. I shot my first 3 shot Sub MOA group ever (.75") at 100 yards on factory ammo. Mind you my 10 shot group didn't look near as prettyThe trigger is REALLY heavy so I was spreading them horizontally a little. I had a 5 shot group with a 2.5" horizontal spread almost in a perfect line. I'm going to have it lightened down to about 2.5-3lbs and see if I can do better. I use a pod but no rear bag. I was a little worried that I might get a lemon and not be able to keep them around an MOA with factory ammo but I think if I do my part the gun is capable. I use the same routine with it as I do shooting the bow which seems to work well. I position my body so that when I bottom out on my breathing then the crosshairs come perfect to center. What do you guys do for a preshot routine that works for you. I'd like to get better and maybe look at competing next year in some TR F-class shooting locally. I'll have to work on the distances with regard to wind and drop but that will be part of the fun.