My son just recieved a new Ruger .270 from his grandfather. It would not have been my choice but my son was tickled to death. Here are the Problems: The gun will not group better than 1.61" and goes out past 2.71" with different brands and weights of ammo at 100 yds. It also fails to fire quite frequently, this appears to be a firing pin or bolt problem. Ruger turn around for repair is to long, our windows for deer hunting will have closed due to school holidays being over. Ethically I can not sell or trade this gun as it is, I would be passing off bad merchandise. I refuse to be that dishonest. If I could get the misfires stopped the gun would be marginal at best accuracy wise for a young shooter. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Oh, we have checked the mounts, scope and all the screws. It still wouldn't hit a bull in the butt at 25 paces if it went off.