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Posted 02/03/13 - 09:01 AM
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TWO BOX BARREL BREAK-IN
This barrel break-in procedure requires two boxes of ammunition to complete. Start out by shooting one round at a time, cleaning the barrel thoroughly after each round and allowing it to cool. This process should be followed for a total of ten rounds.
Then take the remaining thirty rounds and shoot ten three shot groups, cleaning the barrel thoroughly after each group and allowing it to cool completely before firing the next group. Once ten, three shot groups have been fired the barrel is adequately broken in. At this point the rifle can be sighted in and used.
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Personally, I like to clean a new barrel out very well, then JB Bore paste for about 20 swipes, clean again and go shoot. I will tell you that I have absolutely no proof that this does anything to "help", but its just my routine.
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