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 Post subject: Re: Help!!! Lmao
PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 8:03 pm 
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First patch was full of gunk full of filings so I was told.

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 Post subject: Re: Help!!! Lmao
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Would have suggested filling bore with heavy grease and using a short dowel to pressurize. Successively longer dowels if things stay tight...

If a fellow has a lathe, filling with grease, chucking up and using the tail stock to move the "dowel" would be a better option.

Custom fixture mounted in the tail stock and sealing to the barrel with an o-ring could also be made to allow hooking up a grease gun while chucked up...3000+psi WILL move things. :wink:

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The bbl is absolutely fine and is shooting fantastic. I did recrown it and its shooting tight little grps at 10 yards so far.

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Nice work! You're a good neighbor.

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I'm guessing that the bamboo didn't burn, rather just shrank from being dried out very thoroughly then came out easily? Or was 500 degrees actually enough to toast the wood? Good news anyway. I'd hate to hear of a new shooter getting discouraged and not pursuing this addiction!


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Those looong bamboo skewers are my most favorite cleaning rods, but I don't think I could get one stuck like that if I tried.
Ace: Imo the chinese mfg doesn't have trash service so they use airgun barrels to dispose of all the dirt in the shop. The barrel will never be dirtier than the day it arrives. They often use other parts of the gun to dispose of of crap too, like machining slivers etc. They blue the parts after machining, so they were at least somewhat clean, which means they must be doing this on purpose.


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A little burnt, mostly dehydrated.
I did clean up the sharp edges and polish the bolt, hammer, breech and tube as well as opened up some passages and am shocked at the consistency of this thing.
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Description: daisy hp, qb79
Notes 1:
Notes 2:
Distance to Chrono (FT): 4.00
Ballistic Coefficient: 0.016
Bullet Weight (gr): 14.300
Temp: N/A
BP: N/A
Shots
# FPS\FT-LBS PF
24 514\8\7
23 507\8\7
22 511\8\7
21 511\8\7
20 510\8\7
19 513\8\7
18 512\8\7
17 516\8\7
16 511\8\7
15 512\8\7
14 512\8\7
13 513\8\7
12 511\8\7
11 511\8\7
10 513\8\7
9 509\8\7
8 512\8\7
7 511\8\7
6 515\8\7
5 521\9\7
4 517\8\7
3 524\9\7
2 512\8\7
1 516\8\7
Average: 513.08
StdDev: 3.69
Min: 507
Max: 524
Spread: 17
True MV: 527.84
Shots/sec: 0.03
Group Size (IN): 0.00

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 Post subject: Re: Help!!! Lmao
PostPosted: Tue Feb 24, 2015 9:29 pm 
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Chevota wrote:
Those looong bamboo skewers are my most favorite cleaning rods, but I don't think I could get one stuck like that if I tried.
Ace: Imo the chinese mfg doesn't have trash service so they use airgun barrels to dispose of all the dirt in the shop. The barrel will never be dirtier than the day it arrives. They often use other parts of the gun to dispose of of crap too, like machining slivers etc. They blue the parts after machining, so they were at least somewhat clean, which means they must be doing this on purpose.


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