Yes, every 100 to 150. I use conventional carbon and copper cleaners in between the extended cleanings
I stand corrected....I've not seen those in years, just "Sharpies"
Do what Pat from PMA does.....swish the brass around in Acetone.
They don't make magic markers anymore.
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That makes sense Bart. I thought heavier recoil was primarily a psychological effect on shooters rather than an physical phenomenon.
Of course familiarity and confidence are important factors but which choice (as described) is better if you consider everything else is equal?
At 600 yards which would be more advantageous when the wind is gusting say 10-20 mph, a 6BR that shoots .25MOA or a .284 Win that shoots .5 MOA?...
Here is another good link about ladder testing....
You might consider posting the Rem brass in the classifieds, here and on Saubier.com. There are plenty of Vartargs out there with smaller...
NO it does not. The stock is not a benchrest stock but rather a varmint stock and has a radiused forearm.
Rifle is a 6 BR about 16 lbs. It also has a muzzle break for shooting varmints (to see impact) so it recoils lightly. I generally shoot with...
The stock is in the ears. Of course I have no swivel studs on the stock (that's a generic photo). I am very aware about anything hitting the...
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