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New tool for me.
08-03-2021, 07:53 PM,
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New tool for me.
I picked up a new/used rifle that just had greasers shot through it. When cleaning the rifle the white patches had a bunch of gray so that told me I had some lead to get cleaned out.
Well my Hawkeye bore scope took a dive on my bench and it went down to the deep 6 and it cost more to repair than getting another.
I found a Teslong bore scope on Amazon that was interesting and a bunch less than getting the Hawkeye repaired so I ordered one.
This scope has a flexible tube like a endoscope and I opted for the WI/FI so I could use my iPhone at the range if I wanted to with pout dragging the laptop along. I have a long flex tube that will get to the bottom of may front stuffer with a 42" long barrel. It also will work in a .22 rimfire barrel.
When I got it setup I was surprised how good the resolution was, a lot better than the Hawkeye and a lot easier to use than the fidget tube bore scope.
Those pictures are after several hours of trying to get the lead cleaned out. but look at the resolution this $70. scope has. There is also several different types without WI/FI for around $40. that will do the same job.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08GYL...UTF8&psc=1


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08-03-2021, 09:27 PM,
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RE: New tool for me.
YEs, I invested in a Teslong endoscope a while back. Works great. Gives a good view of a bore, and even of my teeth,etc.
arnie
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