An old hunting buddy just bought A Ruger precision rifle in 6.5 PCR. He's a half decent shade tree gunsmith and he "slicked it up" a bit and put in a Timney trigger. He topped it off with a Kahles 318i 3-18X50 scope in a (I think) Spuhr mount. That damned el-cheapo Ruger shoots 800 yard groups of 4-5 inches with Hornady 147 grain factory ammo. More evidence, IMHO, that the quality of the scope is a hell of a lot more important to accuracy than the quality of the rifle.