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KAK SPR 5.56 NATO 18 INCH RIFLE STAINLESS BARREL

Manufacturer: KAK INDUSTRY

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Better when hot! Review by J
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I started the shoot with some ss109 at 25m to get a rough zero on the scope (Vortex Viper pst 2.5-10 x 32 ffp). I was performing an accepted barrel break-in procedure. Clean once, shoot one round, clean again, shoot one round, ext. for the first twenty rounds. Now I don't know if it was this procedure or just the ammo, but I was only getting 4-5 in. groups at this point. (I'm a trained marksman ex law enforcement. So no... It wasn't me). So just to change it up and see what I could do, I shot the remainder of the mag in 5 and 10 shot strings. Only cleaning every twenty rounds or so. I began to see better groups the less I cleaned. After I found a good rough zero I moved to the 100m range. I tried to get a rough zero again with the ss 109, but again it was throwing 4-5 in groups. At this point I stopped cleaning all together and let the weapon cool. When I returned I ran one lubricated patch down the bore and again got a rough zero. (About 3 in this time.) Then I switched ammo to Outback 69grn otm. The first two groups were about 2 - 3 in. At this point I'm getting pretty disappointed with the barrel. (The weapon is all BCM I just installed this barrel and an ALG trigger.) I check my scope and mount, I check my stock and muzzle break. All good. By now I'm loosing the light so I decide to go for broke. I load up a 20 rnd mag with the Outback and a second with Hornady 75grn steel match. By the end of the first mag I'm zeroed. About an inch. Second mag I see a 1/2in shift to left. I make the correction and BOOM! I find the magic. Hornady 75grn match, steel or brass. I never stopped to let it cool. Just long enough to load 20rnds then back in it.Brass gave me a .88in and steel turned in a .778in. Remember this is the first shooting session and the barrel was hot. The barrel should shoot in at about 500 rnds and I'm expecting great things probably less than 1/2in. Next time I'll try some M193 and some Federal 77grn otm. I'll keep you posted. (Posted on 4/18/16)

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