This is an excellent overview! I have grown to find I have more than slight intolerance with rifles that have a large cold bore variance. It may be unreasonable to expect zero difference, but I feel that current technology and barrel manufacturing processes should be capable of maintaining MOA accuracy, even given cold bore variances. At least out to 200-300 yards. Beyond that, I could maybe forgive a little grace variance, but definitely not more than another inch. At that point, it's time to replace barrel/rifle. A two inch cold bore variance may have been acceptable a decade ago, but no longer.
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RE: Cold bore dope
10 months ago in The Pew: Guns & more by ksteem