Two of my friends shoot Omega's. Both those rifles have stainless barrels. When cleaned those barrels seem to load up no differently than any other rifle using sabot bullets. But most inline barrels when fired are indeed hard on their shooters in their reloadings from what I've observed. Sabot bullets are inherently hard to load no doubt. But it's funny the manufactures haven't come up with a better design in projectile delivery systems for inlines or at least a type of sabot with a slipperier surface to enhance their loading & reloadings. Not just ribbing added or reduction in size and material. Makes you wonder how those slight in stature manage.
Hows this one sound shortwave
"Do not follow where the path leads, rather go where there is no path and leave a trail for others to follow."
Last edited by Sure Shot Mc Gee; January 8, 2013 at 08:36 AM.