@One Day... @Von S. @Luvthunt @JimP @rookhawk Sorry for the confusion I created during my posts. I started this thread as I didn't want to distract from the other .340 discussion. Here is the whole story on my .340 WBY Mag Mark V. I inherited this gun a couple years ago and last year had a leopard hunt in Zimbabwe and after talking to a few people thought this would be a great gun to go hunt Mr. Spots with. I bought and had mounted by my gunsmith/dealer a Trijicon Accupoint 3-9x40 scope on it. With the inherited gun I received a few boxes of Weatherby factory ammunition 250 grain partitions. So shot the gun and got it close, wasn’t as consistent as I wanted, but wasn’t wildly inconsistent, so worked up the loads and shot the target below. I expected differences between the loads and was looking for the most consistent pattern and load bullets that were the most compatible with this gun. These were the same bullets just different grains of powder. Based on shooting and results worked up 2 more boxes with 84 g of powder. I adjusted the scope to zero based on the 84 g pattern and thought was good to go. Keep in mind all the same canister of powder, same primers, same box of bullets and this is when things started throwing. First shot was great touching the 10 ring, second shot 4 inches down and right, third shot 10 inches down and right. Figured I had too much coffee so put the gun away for the day and came back the next day coffee free. First shot bull, second shot 12” down and right barely on the paper, third shot off the paper - about 14” down and right. Never touched scope adjustments. Now getting a little frustrated, shoot again off the paper. Put it away and my dad comes over to shoot it. He shoots first shot bull, I shoot the second shot 10” down and right, he shoots the third shot off the paper. Take to gunsmith with targets and show him. He thinks the barrel is touching receiver so glass beds it, changes to magnum rings. He thought barrel was a little close to receiver. He shoots the 84g load after boresighting and gets similar pattern to mine – down and right, but told me if he waits an hour goes back to zero. Now about 2 weeks before leaving for Zim. Shoot again. Target below. I needed more confidence for hunting leopard than I had in the 340 so I took out my 325 and shot. Swapped the Trijicon onto my 325 and shot it very well and consistently. Was unsuccessful in Zim 2x in 2017 and ended up going to Zambia in December. Had to buy a 375 H&H for this trip and took the Leupold VXIII that was on the .325 and put on the 375 and it shot very well. Both the Leupold and Trijicon scopes worked well on my .325 and the Leupold works well on my 375. I was successful in Zambia. I will take your advice and get the ammunition you discussed. Since this gun is now scope-less do you have any suggestions on glass to put on her? I am looking forward to trying your suggestions!