I've had my CZ 452 American for almost a year now and I just can't seem to dial it in. I've floated the barrel and installed a Brooks kit. Didn't seem to help much. Out of a 5-round mag at 50-yards I'm getting 3 maybe within 2", maybe, and two fliers off into the wild blue yonder. I've tried a dozen different brands of ammo, warm barrel, cold barrel....nothing seems to help. Just yesterday I had it out on the range for another try and also brought along a 9422m that I just bought to sight a scope in on it. This old lever gun was shooting circles around this CZ. I mounted an old Bushnell 4x scope on it and was drilling 1" groups at 50 yards. So much for the CZ... Anyway, I want to find a bolt-gun that will do sub-1" at 50 yards and 2" at 100 yards. I don't think I'm asking too much, though I know that .22wmr isn't the most accurate round in the world. I don't really want a varmint barrel as it won't get shot a lot, though if ya'll think that makes a huge difference in accuracy, I'm open to it. So I'm looking at the Savage 93 Classic. It's a pretty thing and I like the 24" barrel. Any other thoughts or suggestions?