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Old July 21, 2021, 11:00 PM   #6
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All I was really wondering was, did you shoot it so you know what you might be losing or gaining?

I'm sure your rebuild will end with the rifle performing to what you want for accuracy, but it might have done that before. Without shooting it, you'll never know for certain....

Not a big deal. I once got a Swede carbine that I only test fired with 2 rnds. Wound up trading it off and the guy who got it shot a group you could cover with a dime at 100yds, off a rolled up fieldjacket on the hood of his truck. Had I known the gun shot that well I wouldn't have let it go. Entirely my fault, and since then, I always shoot everything at least enough to know what I have, before selling, trading or modifying.
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