Well then, without seeing the targets in question, recommending anything is pretty much a crap shoot, but I'll toss out the usual suspects for scrutiny.
Is it stringing shots horizontally or vertically?
Is it shooting shotgun "patterns"?
Have you checked to make sure the barrel is not touching the forearm anywhere?
Is the recoil lug bedded properly?
Is the first 2" or so under the chamber bedded?
Has the crown been checked under magnification?
Is the bedding 'correct', meaning it is not torqueing the action any way?
Stock screws tightened properly? (front first/tight, rear second, less tight).
The magazine box is not stressing the action and is not in a bind?
No chance of the scope mount screws being too long and contacting the bolt? (Seen this one a lot)
These are just some of the things that inhibit a rifles accuracy. The actual barrel interior is also of great importance....have you checked it with a bore scope?
If all of the above is in good order, then it's surely time for a trip back to the Mothership, as that rifle should shoot at least 1 MOA or better straight from the factory shooting factory loads.
You may want to consider a trip to your trusted local smith first to see it he finds something of a less critical nature, but "fixable" locally prior to a trip to Alabama. Let us know how it shakes out, and sorry you're dealing with something that should have put a smile on your face instead of causing you grief.
These are very nice rifles, with some proper attention, yours will 'come around' and should shoot quite well once sorted out.
And lastly, welcome to the KT forum! Hope we can do you some good.