This is shaping up to be a bad year for guns for me. The two new ones I have bought are giving me accuracy problems and my old carry gun has started malfunctioning. I'm hoping the spring gets better. I bought a Ruger 10/22 takedown a couple of months ago. It's a neat rifle, especially when coupled with a silencer. Unfortunately it has a case of the wobbles. This target was shot L to R, top to bottom, each a 10 shot group. Here's the thing: I didn't adjust the sights at all. These groups weren't shot off of bags, they were shot with my elbows resting on the bench. Even a slight change in hand position caused a shift in POI. In fact, the last two groups were fired with what I thought was exactly the same hold. Obviously some of the group spread is due to shooting without a rest, but it seems obvious to me that the center of even the bad groups has shifted around. I have the barrel tensioner cranked up as tight as I can get it. I didn't notice this issue when I sighted it in nor the first few times I shot it without the silencer. I'm thinking maybe the added weight at the end of the barrel magnifies the problem...but why buy a gun with a threaded muzzle if you can't use it? The range was getting ready to close for trap when I was shooting, so I was rushing to shoot up the target. I didn't get a chance to make sure all of the takedown components are tight, action screw torque, etc. I'm going to do all that stuff before I shoot it again and will also probably remove the silencer to see if the issue goes away, but are there any other things I should check? I suppose I could teach myself to do some sort of hold where I'm not touching the forend, but that would be weird.