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New Rifle Barrel Break-In Procedure


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It will always be argued as to whether this procedure is even necessary on a sporting rifle.

The simple fact is that it cannot hurt a new barrel, but it may very well help it.

So what's to lose... other than some time at the range :D

 

You'll need ammo, copper solvent, brushes, and patches.

 

Fire 1 round - clean - cool : Repeat for 10 rounds

 

Fire 2 rounds - clean - cool: Repeat for 10 rounds

 

Fire 3 rounds - clean - cool: Repeat for 9 rounds

 

You can also consider using a product called Tubb's Final Finish. It's available from Midway, Cabelas, Brownells, etc.

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