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Old November 14, 2012, 01:48 AM   #12
mrbatchelor
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Originally Posted by davery25 View Post
mrbachelor, the barrel making process is noted in this link:

www.lasc.us/RangingShotBarrelMakingFeature.htm

Looks pretty labor intensive
No problem. I'll probably make two tonight!

Seriously, thanks for the link.

I do expect it to be a lot of work, and I don't expect mine will really be very good if i ever get a working one. It's more an intellectual exercise than a desire to "save money" or "improve accuracy" compared to commercial products.

Sort of the same reason I shoot more black powder than smokeless. I don't deny that modern technology has blown way past the old ways, but the modern isn't that interesting to me anyway.

But laying next to my bed is a fully modern revolver with commercial ammo. Some things aren't for intellectual curiosity.
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