What is wrong with the accuracy of the Kimber Montana?I bought a Kimber Montana this year and it is by far the most expensive rifle I have ever purchased. While I like it I think I may try to upgrade for some more accuracy. Maybe a CA Ridgeline, Cooper Backcountry, Fierce or other lightweight model. Maybe even build a custom off an old rifle from my grandpa.
For those that hunt with expensive rifles what do you do, if anything, to protect the rifle from damage? Specifically, I hunt a lot of brush in the SW. The oak brush scratches at everything. All my rifles are marked up from it. After 1 day my Kimber stock is already marked up from walking through the oak.
There's a good thread on 24hourcampfire about accurizing the Montana. I followed it to a T and one of my first 5 shot groups with my reloads was this. Was getting great velocity too.Nothing wrong but I think I can get something better.