Wow, I finally got dies and loaded some ammo up for this "shooter." Aftermarket stock, Savage marked on the bolt and 338-06 cal. marked on the barrel. Very frustrating, to say the least. It took me 7 shots to figure out where the bullets were flying before I finally got a couple on the target at 25 yards (yes, 25!; how embarrassing): I'm not sure what happened at 50 yards, but the adjustments made to the scope were plenty. I shot these three, and then made sure all the screws on the scope on stock were tight. Anyway, here's the 100 yard group with a Hornady 225 grain SP over 56 Grains AA4350 and Rem 9-1/2 primers. The powder and primers are from about 1994. $13/1,000 for primers and $56 for an 8 pound keg of the AA 4350. At 100 yards, things started coming together but the Fujinon scope sucks. I couldn't get it to focus for me.