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Shoots Better Dirty???

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Unread 09-11-2008, 08:19 PM
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Re: Shoots Better Dirty???

Most of my high volume shooters I load 50 rounds at a time and I clean my rifle before I start on a new batch of 50 rounds. To be honest with you I can't tell any difference after the first couple of fowling rounds to the last shot fired out of the 50 round lots. The only bullets that I have had show any significant difference in accuracy after 15 or 20 rounds were Swift sirocco's and Barnes X bullets and I believe it is because they use a softer copper than most bullets.

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