I just built a new coyote rig a few months back and I am having a hard time getting the thing to shoot the way I want it too. I have chambered four other rifles including my brothers which is nearly identical to mine that shoots fantastic. Mine, however, is an average shooter at best no matter what I try to feed it. The rifle is a trued up Remington model 7 action, PTG lug, 22" Bartlein 7.5 twist #3b contour barrel, EGW base, Leupold VX3i LRP 4.5-14x50 in Burris signature rings, Timney Trigger and pillar and glass bedded into factory walnut stock. All action screws and scope screws are tight and the barrel is floated. This is the second scope I have had on the rifle. The first one was a 14 power Burris so I don't think it is a scope issue as results were the same. I was really wanting to run the 105gr Bergers but I'm getting 3/4" groups at 100 yards no matter what powder I try. I have tried Varget, H4895, CFE 223 and IMR4064. Accuracy is truthfully probably good enough for what the rifle is intended for but I have a couple of other 6mmBRs that shoot dots most of the time so I know what the cartridge is capable of. I have moved from the 105 down to the 95 Sierra TMK in hopes for improvement but results have been the same 3/4" grouping with H4895 and Varget so far. This is a fun comfortable little rifle but I am beginning to think there may be something wrong with the barrel at this point. I have worked with seating depths from just touching the lands to .050" off with no obvious signs of improvement. I am using Norma brass and CCI 450 primers. Any insights on this one?