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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by cyriaque, Mar 17, 2002.
can i get a new crown and have it the same style as the old one?
Freebore the muzzel would probably be best
I heard it but don't understand it
What is free bore? I heard the term but never understood what it ment. do they take out all rifleings or just near the crown ?
can anyone free bore or is this a smith only task? what tools would i need?
Cut the crown back approx. 1/10" and reface it. Best to do this on a lathe but could be done with hand tools.
I wouldn't "freebore" or "counterbore" an M1. The gas port is too close to the muzzle and opening it up will give cycling problems.
Big question would be does your rifle need a new crown? How does it shoot? You may be able to just touch it up with a crowning tool instead of cutting back...depending upon how worn the rifling is at the muzzle.