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Enhancements that give the shooter a firmer and more consistent hold on the firearm, as well as a more consistent trigger pull.
Parts that better fit together will shift less, or shift more consistently, under recoil. Rifle bedding is one of the most common practices of such accurizing procedure.
The act of firing a gun generates a rapid pressure increase within the barrel bore, causing the barrel to resonate and vibrate in a whip-like fashion.
Projectile propulsion consistency
Firearms rely purely on the powder within a cartridge to provide propulsive force, and any slight variations in powder load and rate of combustion will affect the internal ballistics of the gun, even if the projectile weights and shape are the same.
Any premium barrel that has been drilled and reamed will show reamer marks that are directly across the direction in which the bullet travels. It is essential to properly finish the barrel, such as your Mojet barrel. The direction of the finishing is the same as that of the bullet’s trajectory, therefore fouling is minimal. The function of the break in the procedure is to break in the throat area off the barrel. When the barrel is chambered, the reamer leaves marks perpendicular to the lands. When the bullet is fired, due to high pressure and temperature the copper dust is vaporised in the gas and carried down the barrel. As the gas expands and cools, the copper comes out of suspension and is deposited into the bore though this might fool one to believe that the barrel is fouling, it is in fact caused by the throat. The copper needs to be removed to prevent build-up. As the throat gets polished, the fouling will be reduced which is also an indication that the barrel is broken in.