There is a fundamental conflict when it comes to the design of all field capable rifles. Long range accuracy is typically compromised to deliver reliability in challenging hunting environments such as ice, snow, mud and dirt.
The key to accuracy is to have the rifle bolt, and the receiver axially aligned with the bore of the barrel. For a rifle to function in dirty or frozen field conditions, the bolt needs significant clearance to operate. This clearance creates axial misalignment, therefore making a rifle less accurate.
Another industry problem is the axial misalignment of the rifle barrel to receiver. Most field capable rifles use threads to align the barrel to the receiver. However, threads are the least accurate method used to align two objects.