I guess it just depends on what you have had luck with, because at the end of the day we all know that every manufacture has made their shooters and their duds. Here is my track record.
Savage I am batting a 1000, 6 of 6 rifles were all shooters, though rarely with the bullet I was planning on using.
Winchester 70 1 for 2 the older one (90s model) was REALLY BAD and the new one shoots as good as my Savages.
Browning 0 for 1 though after much trial and error I got it shooting alright, but I have never had to work that hard on the to stroke some accuracy out of one.
Remington 2 for 4, half of them would bust tacks the other half were doing good to hit the backstop.
Tikka 1 for 1 that thing is the tightest shooting rifle I have ever owned by far, not just one or two accuracy loads it shoots everything! I would own another but it is such a light rifle that moderate kicking cartridges could be a chore.
Marlin 1 for 1 my XS7 308 was a dandy shooter, a friend ended up wanting more then I did but I would own another one in a second. Plain Jane as can be until you start touching holes with it.
I have owned my fair share of rifles over the years, had a few real shooters and had a few real duds.