Keeping Your Barrel Free of Dirt
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Keeping Your Barrel Free of Dirt

Keeping Your Barrel Free of Dirt




      

Keeping Your Barrel Free of Dirt


When hunting in the rain or snow always cover the muzzle of your rifle with scotch tape (cellophane tape). This will keep water, snow, ice mud...etc. etc. out of your firearm and will not effect the shot placement or muzzle pressures. When your hunting hard and diving into brush, under a rung of barbed wire or just slipping on a slick path things happen. Nothing like trying to clean debris from your weapon, or even worrying about it when a true trophy in range. That brings to mind another tip, to stave off buck fever concentrate on a certain tuff of hair or discoloration in your target area and squeeze, practice visualization of this at the range...it will help when your looking down the sights at the 170+ class buck or monster hog.



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