We know the definition of the term "precision" is to be able to shoot small groups and the term "accuracy" is to hit at the point of aim. I am always looking for a better mouse trap for my predator hunting addiction and have been a keen observer of any .22 Creedmoor I have come across. Here in Southwest Montana there seems to be a fairly large number of these rifles. My question is this. What is the precision capability of the fast twist barrels and the heavy .22 bullets? I question every shooter that has one about the bullets they have chosen to shoot and what level of precision they get from their combo. I hate to say it, but I have only seen 1 rifle that I thought was really shooting well, or to say it another way, something that would cause me to build one. I see the slow twist barrels shoot significantly smaller groups, even at longer distances, than the fast twist barrels. Maybe the rifles I've seen have not been tuned well or possibly there's another answer. Does anyone have any insight or examples of really good shooting rifles in this chambering?