Well, the board is either fixed, or it's going to run terribly. Cross your fingers and hope for the best. I'm at my technical limit right now.
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This is a product review someone posted about a pistol they purchased from Classic Arms. They gave it a one star rating.
... Looks like the barrel is shot out.
The CZ I recieved was just OK to me. Nothing to write home about. Bore looks to have little to no rifling left.
This was for a CZ-82.
Anyone else see the humor?
If you can't kill it with a 30-06 you ain't in North America.
The first rule of intelligent tinkering is, "Save all the pieces."
It'll feel better when it quits hurtin'.
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only thing I see is someone that is totally clueless at what he's looking at. the guy shouldn't be around or handling pointy sticks let alone buying firearms
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Bet a bunch of Glocks are all shot out too.
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Polygonal rifling is a type of gun barrel rifling where the traditional sharp-edged lands and grooves are replaced by less-edged "hills and valleys" in a polygonal pattern, usually taking the form of a hexagon or octagon.
I thought they had chrome lined barrels with polygonal rifling that looks smooth, but is actually not worn. I guess someone should look into barrel rifling.
Maybe new to pistols. Generally those chrome lined bores are in good shape.
To old to fight and to old to run, a Jar head will just shoot and be done with you.
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