First off, I don't believe in "breaking in" barrels with the cleaning between every shot. Seems like a total waste of time and a good way to wear out your rifle even faster. But I do have a question about when a barrel is ready to maintain accuracy. I just received my Sako 85 7mm rem mag, and was thinking about giving it a good cleaning and then taking it to the range to sight in with about 20 rounds at 100 then 200 yards. After that, do you guys think its good to go for hunting? Is the barrel "broken in enough"?