Why a Hawkeye Borescope?
Is my barrel heat-checked? Are the lands washed out? Is there a minor dusting of rust specks or serious pits in my barrel? These are all very important questions you should be asking yourself if you’re buying used rifle or if you want to know whether or not it’s time to replace a barrel. What is the condition of my brand new barrel? How significant are the tool marks in the bore? What is the condition of the new throat? How was the bore cut or button-rifled? All of these questions and more can be answered with a Hawkeye Borescope.
Whether you’re a shooter, a gunsmith, or a firearms manufacturer you can not afford to not have a Hawkeye Borescope.
With the Hawkeye Borescope shooters can determine how many shots can be fired before a significant amount of bullet jacket fouling occurs, or how many cleaning rod strokes are necessary to remove fouling, what combination of brushing or patching works best. With the Hawkeye Borescope you’ll have a solid knowledge on facts about your rifle bore that your competitors can only speculate about.
Gunsmiths are expected to have all the answers about the firearms they’re building and fixing. As a gunsmith you can depend on a Hawkeye Borescope to diagnose your problems, monitor your progress, and prove to customers that problems have been fixed. You’ll be able to see if the striker or spring is making contact or dragging where it should be, the effects of polishing a chamber or sizing dye, if accuracy is being affected by some anomaly in the steel, bore fouling, or throat wear, and so much more.
As a firearms manufacturer you need to have an intimate knowledge about the quality of every firearm being produced. If you’re making barrels you need to know what they look like inside, how serious the tool marks are inside the bores, if the steel has any imperfections, how smooth the chambers and throats are, how well a screw-in choke will go with the bore’s interior. A Hawkeye Borescope can let you know all of this and more.
For more information on Hawkeye Borescopes check out their website.
Not for Medical or Veterinary Use