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Break In is a sports simulation video game developed by Naxat Soft in 1989 for the TurboGrafx-16 and released only in Japan. The pool (pocket billiards) simulator was re-released on Nintendo's Virtual Console in all nations in 2008.
How to Break-In a Rifle Barrel
How to break-in a new rifle barrel
BGFTRST: Seasoning Your New Rifle : Cabela's
The Dirty Little Secret of Gun Cleaning
Okay, I know many disagree but here's the articles I read from reputable sources. The last article is by a Cabela gunsmith.
First time was 5 years ago, not even a year after moving in. We were on a 2 week vacation and they cleaned out the (75 year old, detached) garage of fishing gear, bikes and tools.
This time they cleaned off two shelves. One with power tools.
The other of my whisky!!!
$300 in tools
I just purchased my first NEW rifle (Tikka T3x Lite Stainless) and am wondering about "breaking in" the barrel. The manual says nothing about it, but I've read the manual for a Bergara B14 and they say to clean the barrel after every shot for the first 5, then after every ten for the next 50...