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Old 02-08-2007, 11:46 AM
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Default Rifle barrels

I always assumed that of the 3 procedures for installing the rifling in barrels, cut, button and hammer, the hammer method produced the most accurate results. Afterall, Steyr, Sako and other high end riflemakers use this German invented process. Then whilest surfing I found this interesting article....now, I'm not so sure....http://atlantisarms.com/History/Barrel%20History.htm

What do you guys think? Regards, Rick.
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