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Old June 7, 2022, 04:24 PM   #37
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Only problem is, that’s not what happens. The tooling marks in the grooves get ironed out a little bit, but not completely, and the tops of the lands are just flat ugly. This gives a barrel that shoots pretty good for a dozen or so shots, then starts scattering shots.
I agree--but there is yet even a difference between the EABCO and Savage barrels--the Savages at least are pretty uniform in their degree of chatter all the way down the bore in my experience, so when they "foul-in" it is pretty uniform. My EABCO barrels appear to be quite uneven in the degree of chatter down the bore, I can't say for sure but I'm guess the diameter varies as well, in my experience they are more brutal in tearing at the jacket than savages are.
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