Inspecting Your Bore Using An Endoscope (Updated)

This video demonstrates how an inexpensive endoscope called the “Endosnake” can be used to inspect rifle bores. The device used is small enough to inspect even .22 caliber.

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Very useful for a multitude of inspections. TFS

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I got a $20 endoscope off of Amazon. Same sort of attachments and features. The image size isn’t particularly impressive , and my phone doesn’t seem to like it. However it’s very easy to use with my laptop which gives me a bigger screen anyway. Very convenient tool to have. Even inspected some potential dental damage with my wife.