It was brand new, and I can't eliminate the possibility of some limp wristing, and we didn't take the time to disassemble and lube the magazines, but we will be running it wetter in the future (more than one drop of oil) and expect it to improve with use.Alot of .22's need to be dirty to run well. Is it one of those?
Every time you shoot it, or just once (when you first got it)?My Browning Buck Mark runs like crap until I put about 50 rounds through it. Then it runs like a top!
I shoot it in Bullseye matches. If I strip it down and really clean it it takes 50 rounds or so to get it running again (FTFe, FTEx, increased group size). So I clean it once at the beginning of the season and that's it. The only cleaning I do during the season is running a bore snake through it and brushing the bolt and breech face, and lube.Every time you shoot it, or just once (when you first got it)?