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Discussion in 'General Firearm Forum' started by Dboyce12, Feb 23, 2012.
It's only on the top half of my barrel and they will not go away. Is this normal?
Sorry, can't rightly tell what you are wanting to point to.
AHA! I see you use slotted tip patch holders, not jag-tips! (reference to a different thread).
So you do see it? Lol
We dont see them, the picture is horrible.
Lol it ain't that bad I had to put it on an angle so it would be visible its on the top part of the barrel. It stands out like a sore thumb to me lol
OK, Derek, Let's try doing this: Identify from image below if the scratches are at Position"A" or at "Position "B"....
You have to use a hi res cam or some thing. Find some one with a new Iphone4 or something and alot of light. Cause we cant see what you see.
I really can't make out what you are talking about either...sorry !
Are you referencing the outside circumference of the barrel...
and NOT the inside of the barrel, where the lands and grooves are.
Exactly why I put labels on his pic, and now just waiting for his reply.
Powder burn or jacket separation/flaking if at Position-A?
Needs to use a full jag or boresnake if at Position-B?
O you guys are killing me lil they are at b..an I got the galaxy s2 ill try to get a different one for u guys sorry
I Probly should of stated it was in the inside sorry
Have you tried using a full jag tip on your cleaning rod? (sheesh, that almost sounds bad!)
Noticed in the backgroud of your pic you are using a slotted tip.
That's what she said Haha and yeah I did.
Then, I think, a clearer picture is called for.
A full jag tip would've forced the cleaning patch against the mystery marks.
I know its repetitive, but did you use cleaning solvent and a brush before you wiped using a jag tip?
Don't you just hate it when that happens?
Alright guts I got it. Sorry for being a pain : X