|ves206 ||02-20-2013 01:31 PM |
chip inside bore of barrel near tip
Hey guys. I was taking my gear apart from weekend from all the mud and crappy weather to wash. i tore my gun apart to clean everything like i do everytime. Now i noticed when i cleaned my barrel. by the tip inside looks to be a little chip. Not rear big. Just wondering if that would effect any accuracy or anything with it being there. Its an older bull cocker barrel. Hope someone can tell me yes or no.
|forstgump ||02-20-2013 01:52 PM |
A chip, chip. Like a dent? Sand/file it smooth.
|maggot ||02-20-2013 02:12 PM |
I dunno, you tell us. Is it affecting your accuracy?
|ves206 ||02-20-2013 03:23 PM |
Ill find out tomorrow. I have no air lol!.
|Falcone ||02-21-2013 05:49 PM |
If you didn't notice it until you got home, I think you'll be shooting just fine. As was said, sand/file it smooth and call it a day, some black sharpie can cover it up too.
|sniperfan ||02-22-2013 10:56 PM |
When I was a gunsmith we'd put a "crown" on paintball gun barrels, and it helped the accuracy. A common target crown from the gunsmithing world is a -11 degree cut. You need a nice sharp cutter with a chip breaker, but it does help.
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