Originally Posted by marioq
That's the exact thing I was looking for!!!!!!
I can use sabots. So I will go to bass pro and buy your recs as soon as I get back from Chicago. Cleaning??? Every shot?? Just every few??
With BH209, you don't need to clean between shots. That's the nice thing about it in production rifles. In many cases, the rifle may not shoot to the same point of impact clean as when fouled. My Pro Hunter is one of those that NO MATTER what you do, the first two shots will not hit the zero POI. Just the nature of some of them. (photo attached)
What you WILL NEED, is a 1/8" drill bit. The drill bit is used to clean the carbon from the primers in the flash channel of the breech plug. IT IS ONLY TURNED BY HAND. After a session of shooting and when cleaning the rifle, turn the drill bit BY HAND into the flash channel (under the primer). Turn it until you're sure you've bottomed out. You won't hurt the breech plug.
Here's how my Pro Hunter reacts when shooting a clean rifle the first two shots. The rest fall right into place.
Good luck with your new rifle! Please post some of your targets.