Re: electronic bore cleaners
I have a Hawkeye (bought it for the shop to 'look' inside assemblies and internal machined cavities as well as combustion chambers), not so much for rifle and handgun bores), ......so I can look inside. Problem is, I don't have any bores I want to etch....
It's a wonderful tool for seeing where you can't see, but expensive.
HF offers a much cheaper video unit (the Hawkeye is analog) but the probe is larger so it limits the calibers to larger ones and I'm not sure if it comes with a refractive mirror (so you can 'look' at 90 degrees relative).
Turns out, the Sweets is what one of the group had his smith/friend use to remove fouling on his Kimber that went south on grouping.
I haven't looked inside it, (it didn't come along with him last night).
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