Re: Breaking in a Factory Barrell
My break-in process is to shoot the crap out of it. Warm it up, cool it down, warm it up, cool it down, and just continue doing that, and you should be ok. I've never done a "proper" break-in procedure like these mfg's tell you to do. And all my guns shoot tiny cloverleaf groups from the factory...
Shoot you about 5 shots, let it warm up (don't let it get too hot), and let it cool for about 5 mins. Then continue doing so for about 50 rounds, then I consider a barrel to be broken in.
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Originally Posted by WildRose
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