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Old 06-20-2013, 10:22 PM
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None other than for a long time it was a nightmare to clean, took 2 days. till I ran 1/2 of the last 3 grits of the Tubbs FL kit through it. It has always shot great though. It's lasted well though been on there for 10years now.
10 years of shootin sounds like a good investment to me.

That sucks you had to FL the barrel. I've never heard of a Douglas needing firelapping before. Atleast it only needed the last 3 fine grits.
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10 years of shootin sounds like a good investment to me.

That sucks you had to FL the barrel. I've never heard of a Douglas needing firelapping before. Atleast it only needed the last 3 fine grits.
You could see chatter marks in the bore, couldn't feel them though. On the bright side it takes 2hrs tops to clean now instead of 2 days.
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