Originally Posted by stiles1682
Only thing I will add is when you sight it in is dont clean it between shots. If you do , then when you get in the woods and fire and then reload it may not shoot as accurate on the second shot.
i understand what you are saying, but if you sight in on a dirty barrel, then clean when you get thru you clean the barrel.
so wouldn't that mean your next shot--the first one you shoot at the animal you are hunting is gonna be on a clean barrel thus throwing your shot off--since you sighted in on a dirty barrel.
i sighted mine in with a clean barrel, but did fire 2 primers to put some fouling in the barrel. then i can do this before i load for the hunt.
i just try to keep everything consistent when sighting in.
not saying you are wrong, i just don't follow what you are saying unless you shoot a round or 2, before you load to hunt