The Voyeur's Guide to Barrel Chambering - Part 5
by Germán A. Salazar and John Lowther
The muzzle end of the barrel requires less work than the breech end, but it is by no means unimportant. The crown of the barrel is the last thing to touch the bullet until it bores it's way through the target paper 1000 yards away - and any imperfection will set it on a course other than the one you intended. Therefore, although we're near the end this is no time to rush.
|Photo 33 - Cutting off the muzzle end of the blank|
|Photo 34 - facing off the muzzle end after the cut off|