We all clean ours guns after we shoot them. Everyone likes a clean gun. But I am finding that my Flinter shoots best after a couple shots have been fired through it. The first shot always seems to go a little wild and if I swab my barrel after a couple shots that next one strays off too. So when I go out hunting of course I want that first shot to be all it can be. So does anybody have any suggestions on this. I'm thinking before I go out to just put some powder in the barrel and pan and fire it off just to fowl the barrel first before I put the load in. Has anyone done this, what are your thoughts?