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Old February 21, 2013, 03:32 PM   #5
maillemaker
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I'd shoot it and see how it does.

If it really is bad, another option is to have the barrel sleeved. Shops like Hoyt and Whitacre can do this. This can be done with rifled or smooth bore barrels.

Sometimes the barrel must be cut and "stretched". He tries to do this under a barrel band.

Steve
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