Jim emailed me about the video we produced on cleaning a rifle. He said he watched it, followed our steps to a tee, let the rifle sit awhile and then went to the range to sight-in again.
“I have killed a lot of deer with this rifle over the years, but it never really shot all that great,” he said. “Two and a half inches is about the best group I could ever get. But after cleaning the barrel like John advised in the video, the rifle now shoots just over an inch MOA.”
A thorough cleaning can do that, especially if you have neglected your rifle’s barrel lately.
Our video, featuring the expertise of Remington’s John Fink, runs about 9 minutes. Watch and clean your rifle accordingly when you get a chance, and you’ll shoot better.