Re: DO YO WORK ON YOUR RIFLES ?
Different people's opinions and outlooks are interesting. I do all the above, and feel it's MOST important for a hunting rifle. I want that bullet to go where I aim, no matter what. The animal deserves it, and it makes life easier with a short recovery. Every rifle I own(except for one, to preserve collector value) has been bedded, had the barrel free floated, and had the trigger worked on. It all adds up to things going the way they are supposed to at the moment of truth.
I think I'm an alright guy, I think I'm alright