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Old June 14, 2013, 05:54 PM   #37
4runnerman
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I find it amazing that even with the link to the thread with Gale McMillan explaining the origins of the barrel break in process, and how it was all a gimmick by one barrel maker to get more business, that people are still defending this ridiculous myth. I mean seriously guys


For what it's worth-- You believe everything he say's. I shoot F-Class open and I can tell you 9 out of 10 clean there gun and do a break in on the barrel.
As I stated If it makes you feel better do it. If it don't then more power to you

Apperantly 9 out of 10 bench shooters do not agree with Mr Gale.
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