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PostPosted: Tue Jul 23, 2013 5:18 pm 
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Looks like when I bought my kit from Cabela's that it didn't come with adapters for all the bore sizes!

So what are the actual bore size for airguns? I will make them from delrin to avoid scratching the bore.
.177=
.20=
.22=
.25=
I know my .30 is .300 but is that the groove diameter or bore diameter!
.35=

Thanks Gents!

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:48 pm 
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HA!- good questions - was just about to say that .177" would be the groove diameter, but I do not know that - it should be!

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I believe the adapters aren't that specific.
I have a Centerpoint laser boresighter that I bought from Cdn Tire. It's adapters range from .177 upwards and have an adjustment to snug them up.

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SureShot wrote:
I believe the adapters aren't that specific.
I have a Centerpoint laser boresighter that I bought from Cdn Tire. It's adapters range from .177 upwards and have an adjustment to snug them up.


Mine has no adjustment that is why i need the bore sizes!!!

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:14 am 
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Anyone?
Buehler?
Fry?


PLEASE!
Want to get these turned up/out this week so I can bore site some guns this week!

THANKS

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Slightly OT, but .22 cal seems to be the lower limit for most bore sighting lasers - up to .50 cal, and they seem to be lumped in with "not exportable optics" on most sites. Would appreciate a heads up if theres a kit for .177 - .25 available in Canada.

rrdstarr, if you build it I will buy it.

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Edmonton<500 wrote:
Slightly OT, but .22 cal seems to be the lower limit for most bore sighting lasers - up to .50 cal, and they seem to be lumped in with "not exportable optics" on most sites. Would appreciate a heads up if theres a kit for .177 - .25 available in Canada.

rrdstarr, if you build it I will buy it.

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I just have my Webley Tempest, my Beeman and a Crosman 1088 in .177. I will try the bore sighter in them today Murray. Everything else is .22, I do have a .25 thanks to Al(Gippeto) and Bob Sterne and Sean for the .30 I have.

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Push a pellet down the barrel and measure the diameter when it comes out.


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