Yes you can.
You lengthen the mirror by unscrewing it.
From my tests this bronze brush gets the all the practical carbon and copper that's not hard burned on. I have been using Eliminator as lubricant...
Should be almost the same as Varget loads or R15 loads.
This is maybe the post I have ever read.
I think a great sticky thread would be Teslong videos of all of these barrels from different companies. Some of these barrels have better...
I have bad reading comprehension today... you meant primer. My bad.
Go down about 12 threads below yours.
I think it could work the other way. People could finally realize their barrels shoot dirty.
There will be so many bore videos, the posts that say "my barrels don't foul, I just run a few patches of Hoppes and they are clean" will start to...
[ATTACH] Comparison of AR-COMP AND h48965 in 6 Dasher
Someone should start a thread:
"WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT HOW MY CLEANING DOESN'T WORK AFTER BUYING A TESLONG"
Obviously the upper charges of r16.
5, 6 and 7 with AR Comp looks like winner too. The velocity spread on the Ar comp at the node is what I am...
Looks pretty good to me.
I don't understand what you mean by "2 grains bulkier so you loose". Could you explain whet you mean?
I know there are several guys using R16...
Absolutely. Which is another reason to use extremely temperature insensitive powders.
But I could also understand why some shooting disciplines...
R16 (one grain faster than h4350), r15 (Varget), and AR comp (to replace H4895). I do not think you will see lots all over the place.
People still do not understand there are TWO independent factors effecting bullet speed.
Powder temp sensitivity
Ambient air density
Bore Tech Eliminator wash with bronze brush. Very wet soak then wait. Then followed by wet soaked brushing maybe 30 strokes.
Then Flitz Bore...
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