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Rebarreling a BAR

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Carbon_15, Feb 12, 2006.

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  1. Carbon_15

    Carbon_15 Member

    Jan 1, 2003
    South Carolina
    I have a Browning BAR MKII that I aquired in a trade deal without inspecting the bore. Unfortunatly the previouse owner allowed the bore to become pitted (the Crown is fine). It is in "meat-gun" condition; moderatly dinged wood, lights scratches and some blueing wear. I'm very warry of getting my guns scratched or dinged, and I like this gun because I can hunt with it and not worryabout getting the first scratch. It shoot pretty dang good, but I can't help feeling it isnt shooting to its potential. How bad is the pitting hurting my accuracy? By what method are BAR barrels attached? Is it possible and/or cost effective to have the barrel replaced?

    NOTE: this a civilian hunting rifle not the BAR of WWII fame.
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