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Finally the proper way to break in a barrel!!!!

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Unread 04-25-2008, 11:33 PM
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Finally the proper way to break in a barrel!!!!

The end all solution for accurate barrel break in. It's been proven to yield the best accuracy potential out of any new barrel.
YouTube - Proper Barrel Break-in Procedure
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    Saw that the other day that guy cracks me up, not sure I agree with some of his methods but it is funny. It makes me cringe everytime that rifle hits the gravel.
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    Saw that the other day that guy cracks me up, not sure I agree with some of his methods but it is funny. It makes me cringe everytime that rifle hits the gravel.
    me too, I would even throw a $2 pawn shop gun. I have more respect to firearms then that.
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    "A lot of rifles come with a cow barrel, you always want a bull barrel"......LOL!! Poor rifle, I hope it kicks like a b!tch
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    Did you notice the guy in the video is a dwarf? Look at how short he is... Funny how someone would do damage to a rifle and scope just to get attention on the internet.
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    I think hes trying to prove that his setup will take a beating and hold zero.
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    I'm like the rest of you that can't watch this abuse of a firearm

    I wished he would state his name and where he lives so that we
    could have the ATF confiscate all of his weapons because he
    obviously doesent deserve them.

    I noticed he didn't even check the barrel for obstructions before shooting
    after his little stunt.This behavior will end up getting someone hurt!!!!

    I wonder what his wife,car,house and anything else he ownes looks like.

    Also I hope his gunsmith or gun store was watching this video.

    He mentioned the harmonics when the rifle hit the ground and I was
    wondering what harmonics he would hear when a large fist laid about
    300ft/lbs of energy up beside his head.

    Sorry guys but that pissed me off.
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