The "Warehouse" link was an interresting read. Thanks for linking that, Unclenick. It would be sooooo nice to have a convenient inexpensive indoor 100 yard range to really figure out a rifle. Where we live the wind can blow darn near daily and sometimes it gust and swirls, and generally makes fine tuning a pain in the butt.
One thing for sure--some people carry accuracy to a technical level that is baffling.
I also enjoyed the remark during the interview about "cheeking" the gun. I have found if shooting from a bench, not doing the famed "cheek weld" I can overcome flinching almost instantly. Getting even a light punch from the comb of the stock in the old cheek bone over and over eventually will make me flinchy. And shooting trap will make the flinch even worse.