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Flirting With Fluting

To flute or not to flute, that is the question.

Of these two identical barrels, the spiral fluted one exposes more surface area, but it’s hair splitting in the extreme.

The Bard didn’t have to grapple with that option back in the 17th century, but today’s hunters do. Without question fluted barrels are “in” and it’s been that way for well over a decade now. It’s really quite amazing Continue reading Flirting With Fluting

Rifle Cleaning & Maintenance for Optimum Accuracy


The Kenny Jarrett rifle cleaning and accuracy seminar has been one of the most popular and informative seminars held each year at the SCI Convention.  The seminar is packed with hard-to-find information on proper rifle cleaning.  The reason a clean rifle shoots better is thoroughly addressed by Mr. Jarrett so you will be “in-the-know.”  Internal video of barrels in various degrees of fouling will be shown, and a question & answer period will follow.  Free handouts of the cleaning instructions will also be available.