The paragraph below is copied from the Brown Precision website. Anyone have any experience with the bold part? If the rifle is bedded properly, most factory barrels will shoot efficiently. In custom barrels, we favor stainless over chrome-moly for the simple reason that the bore will never pit. And accuracy life is greatly extended. Also, with stainless, the first shot out of a cold, clean barrel is more likely to go to the proper point of impact than if shot from a chrome-moly barrel.