Hey guys, My 1969 Browning BAR 30-06 rifle is having an issue with MOA. I have tried a couple of different rounds (maybe not enough) and my groups are not the best. I'm going to hit the range this weekend and check some other rounds so I will have an update with groups at 50, 100, and I hope 200 yards if I'm on paper at that point. I have cleaned the gas system and did take a nice 12 point buck with this gun last year. It does have some green in the barrel which is copping fouling (I believe). I ordered Sweets 7.62 and will clean the gun before hitting the range but looking for some tips on how to improve my groups. I have a different BAR that shoots right at 1.5 groups at 100 yards which is what I would like to be hitting with my 30-06. Also the rifle is in good condition for it's age. The copper fouling happened while I was shooting it last time so it was not fouled when I took it to the range. I noticed the fouling later at the house. What do you guys think about Sweets 7.62 for cleaning the bore? I'm open to thoughts and ideas.