An affordable means to polish a rifle bore to remove factory machining marks, produce less fouling and enhance accuracy. Traditional hand-lapping is very labor intensive, but this kit allows even the amateur to embed bullets with abrasive and fire them through the barrel, saving the time needed for the normal lapping processes. This bore lapping kit consists of three 1 oz jars of high-quality silicon carbide abrasive pastes, two steel plates and full instructions. Can be used with lead or jacketed bullets.
Kit Consists of:
Two Steel Application Plates
1 oz 220 Cutting Grit
1 oz 320 Smoothing Grit
1 oz 600 Polishing Grit
Description of Process:
The Bore Lapping Process consists of shooting bullets
impregnated with progressively finer abrasive, through the bore
of a rifle or handgun.
A maximum of 20 shots can be used for the entire process.
It is recommended that no more than five shots be used with the 220 grit and five with the 320 grit, leaving a maximum of 10 shots with the 600 grit.
Brass used with kit may be reused after tumbling and cleaning inside of case neck with a brush. Brass should be cleaned after each shot, as usual.
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