Over the past two years, I’ve shot three Bergara rifles extensively. All are from the Custom Shop. One is a Medium Tactical .308 (in a version they no longer make) that will shoot five-shot .500-inch groups all day long. The second is a Heavy Tactical .308 (also a discontinued version) that will shoot five-shot .270-inch groups all day long and into the evening. The third was a Mountain Hunter, a lightweight, 20-inch-barreled .30/06 carbine, which was, as nearly as I can tell, the most accurate sporting rifle I’ve ever fired. I base this on the fact that it would shoot everything I fed it well under an inch (usually around .700) and, far more unusual, it would put 150-, 165-, and 180-grain bullets into the same group. Different makes and shapes of bullets didn’t matter. I haven’t seen this kind of consistency before or since.