I am wanting to re-barrel my old Savage 110. It has a factory 22" bbl. E. Arthur Brown is selling Savage drop in barrels from ER Shaw for $200. I have seen mixed reviews regarding ER Shaw barrels. All I want is for it to shoot better than the old factory barrel (1 moa consitently). The most common response to similar posts is "save your pennies and get a better barrel". I don't want to spend $300 - $400 on a new barrel. I would just as soon buy another rifle from the local gun shop. I want to try my hand at re-barreling my Savage and I am wandering if these barrels will suffice. I have also seen many posts about these barrels not "cleaning" well. What is meant by that? I usually clean my barrel thoroughly after a day at the range. I also run a slightly dampened patch (Hoppes #9) about every 6-10 shots followed by a couple dry patches. Is this practice sufficient for one of these "hard to clean" barrels?