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Lapping a Barrel?

 
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:32 AM
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Re: Lapping a Barrel?

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I have accsess to a Borescope, my friends have have two, both are gunsmiths, its a good idea and I will check it out..I need to finish this rifle its worth a few bucks I can turn a proffit but I just cant see myself selling it. Douglas has a barrel both in stainless and regular steal both and are air gage chamberings cut (matched) for the Springfield Rifles $310.00 and they are high quality.
This is what I did with my mini 14 that I shot the barrel out on. I fired about 200 shots without cleaning and copper fouled the heck out of it then I used KG bore polish and "polished" the bore for about two hours. Brought the barrel back to life. Also worked on my .300 win mag while I waited for the new one to show up.
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