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Old 06-09-2013, 07:26 AM
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Re: borescope's ?

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Originally Posted by digger11 View Post
Slippery slope there.If you are at all OCD don't buy one.A good friend of mine bought a Hawkeye and it has cost him a butload in new barrels.
He has replaced barrels on 3 guns because he SAW things in the bore.Mind you,
the rifles shot itty bitty groups.
Just my two cents worth.
It a good point but without one sometimes its hard to figure out whats wrong with a rifle
that wont shoot.

If it shoots you just have to the temptation to replace it and get over how bad it looks and
keep shooting it.

I have a 17" and would not take for it. I have found many problems with it that otherwise
would have gone undetected.

It is also a good way to evaluate a new barrel( factory or custom) before break in.

J E CUSTOM
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