- Mar 1, 2020
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- Washington State
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- Mule Deer Foundation, RMEF, SCI
- Zimbabwe, US, Canada
Well it only.happened yo mms that one time, but sometimes one.bad experience is enough.Thankfully, I have never had the experience of copper fouling to that degree. I have shot quite a few copper and gilding metal monolithic bullets in range sessions and have not had that happen. Actually, I have had no worse copper fouling from old Barnes X-bullets than Swift A-Frames in a couple of rifles that I shot both in.
I pretty much exclusively use the expanding monolithics, be they copper, gilding metal from .224 through.458 calibers. Some may foul worse than others, but I have never felt the need to stop a range session and clean the barrel due to copper fouling when starting with a relatively clean barrel.
I fully agree on that type of politicians, in any country, will attempt to make it as difficult as possible on hunters / shooters / firearms owners. Their bullshit has no boundaries of borders. It is universal.
As far as the politicians making things harder on hunters/shooters, in the US thing s are far worse in the liberal run ststes. "Make America a cess pool again! Vote Democrat!"