I figured I would be happy if it was less than 6 MOA .
But as more reviews are popping up every week It may very well be more accurate than what I thought "with the right ammo" .
So here are a few quotes from reviews and links to the articals
I shot the C308 from prone at 100 yards. Five-shot groups from the C308 averaged just under 3.5 inches, with some loads from Black Hills and Federal shooting into just over 2 inches. The best group, produced with the 175-grain Black Hills load, measured 1.55 inches, followed closely by a Federal Gold Medal Match group measuring 1.58 inches. http://www.personaldefenseworld.com
The best group, shot, like all of these groups, at 100 yards with sandbag rests and the Lucid L5 rifle scope mounted to the rail, was turned in by HotShot’s 146 grain .308: http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com
Best accuracy at 100 yards was achieved with Buffalo Bore 175-Grain Sniper ammo, but handloads, Set Point, and Federal Gold Match did almost as well. http://gunblast.com
The steel-cased Wolf ammo I had on hand was fun but not particularly accurate, delivering around 3.5-inch groups. My best was actually a 1.3-inch group with Hornady Zombie Max ammo http://www.tacretailer.com
Can't wait till I have a wide enough selection to spend a day seeing what will do the best in my rifle .