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Old August 13, 1999, 03:38 PM   #2
Al Thompson
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Join Date: May 2, 1999
Location: South Carolina
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Hi RH,

Keeping the cut at a right angle to the bore line is pretty critical. Much deviation will cause the shot cup to tip on it's way out. Probably result in a more open or patchy pattern. With slugs you may see some poorer grouping than would be the norm.

Buddy of mine did a good job on his, but he took longer than 15 minutes.

Does the gunshop include a new front sight?



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