Why worry about a little barrel fouling when the throat is subjected to a brutal 5600° F volcano at 55,000 PSI?
We sift through the “mud and sand” of folklore on high power gun cleaning.
Now is when you start looking really hard at subtle improvements—small increments, small gains. The final installment of Glen Zediker’s series on improving your high power rifle classification. Here, he focuses on going beyond Master class.
Team Berger’s Justin Skaret takes top honor at Colorado High Power Service Rifle Championship