Another question for y'all- My friend just told me about an idea or method or whatever you wanna call it- that you should break in your rifle or pistol by firing a few rounds, then cleaning the barrel, then shoot a few more and clean again, and then shoot and clean a few more times. He said it is supposed to improve the overall accuracy of the gun. It doesn't sound like this would make any difference. In fact, from what I previously understood, some, but not much metal residue actually increases shot consistency in a rifled barrel. Obviously you don't want a bunch of fouling clogging up your barrel, but are either of these methods true? Should you "break-in" your barrel by using the shoot then clean method? Any thoughts and or insights are appreciated!