Re: A slightly different question on breaking in a BBL
I have broke in dozens of custom barrels and dozens of factory ones and I can say with out any holding back that they <font color="blue"> all need to be broke in. </font> The custom ones are smoother which means nothing more than they should break in faster. BUt no matter how sweet she is, that custom barrel or factory barrel will suddenly become much easier to clean on the ??th shot and that is proof that you are accomplishing something with that miserable stinking job (Coppermelt makes it much nicer, but tis still a B^&*%).
Oh, and ditto on the Final Finish. Great stuff.
If it's not far, it's boring.