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borescope

, bore scope (bor′skōp″)
Any device used to look inside small spaces or internal organs. It has three basic parts: an eyepiece on one end, a lens on the other, and a medium (such as a fiberoptic cable) that transmits light from the lens to the eyepiece.
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The bore scope showed the expected powder fouling, plus a few small patches of copper fouling.
Looking through the bore scope, you can measure deviations from the centerline and determine how much to adjust the positions of machine components in order to return the system to alignment.
GySgt Leonel Lora, middle, assigned to the 31st MEU, uses a bore scope camera to verify the engine of a AV/8B is serviceable while SSgt Steven Vladiff, left, observes and Cpl Justin Powers, top, turns the blades of the engine in the hangar bay aboard the USS Bon-homme Richard (LHD 6).
HCR starts by inspecting the chamber and barrel with a Hawkeye Bore Scope.
Indeed, an examination of the barrel with a high-magnification bore scope revealed several imperfections that were not present on the replacement barrel.
This business unit specializes in contract services for procedures like bore scope alignment, screw and barrel installations, machine maintenance and modifications or basic preventive maintenance on extruders and injection molding machines.
Lacking a bore scope, it's difficult to know when you have removed it all.
22 rifles with a bore scope, you'll see plenty of evidence of rust and pitting.
The Kimber only weighs 2 ounces over 6 pounds with a Leupold 3x20 Big Bore scope in Leupold mounts and, while recoil is definitely noticeable, it still ain't anything like a typical .
In addition to an optional field tripod ($2,000), it has a polar-alignment bore scope ($295) that threads into the MX's polar axis.