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Re: How do you determand the cal of a gun

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Yeah, just be careful you don't stand up to any of the super special favorite posters or they'll ban you. That place has gone to the dogs.

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02-09-2013 15:00:03

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 Re: How do you determand the cal of a gun in reply to Bret4207, 02-09-2013 04:51:18  

Bret4207 said: (quoted from post at 08:51:18 02/09/13)
John D Smith said: (quoted from post at 18:04:05 02/08/13) Old, first go to they have 25,000+ members that are experts on everything gun and more. Signup is free and you will get prompt, expert repies.

Yeah, just be careful you don't stand up to any of the super special favorite posters or they'll ban you. That place has gone to the dogs.

Did you get banned? I agree, I was away from it for a while, and came back in recent months and it was somehow different.

Anyway to the OP, Best way to know for sure it to unbreech it, and drive a soft chunk of lead through it.

Assuming an even number of grooves, easiest way it to simply throw a set of calipers into the end of the barrel and measure groove to groove, and land to land. Report back with your findings.
This post was edited by RGMartin at 15:02:16 02/09/13.

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 Re: How do you determand the cal of a gun in reply to RGMartin, 02-09-2013 15:00:03  
Yeah Rich, banned then re-instated simply for defending myself. I was there since day one, not anymore. They like to play favorites.

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