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    Teslong 0.21inch Micro Inspection Camera

    Teslong 0.21inch Micro Inspection Camera
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...2X3YFS02&psc=1

    Thinking of getting one.
    Probe is 5.5mm, so can fit in barrels.
    I like this one because the battery can be taken out easy.
    Anyone have one, or have played with one????

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    Teslong make less expensive models with rigid rods, that fit in barrels. I have one and it works great.

    Winelover

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    Looks like an interesting piece of kit.....might be handy for a multitude of tasks.
    NRA Benefactor

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    I have the version that Amazon sells for $49.99 that has flexible shaft and works with a computer or I phone.It has a very nice image of whatever is being viewed.

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    Looking for one that is stand alone, battery is easy to remove, camera is small enough to fit in a 5.56, and larger barrel.
    It's going to be used mostly for auto repairs.
    Thanks to President Trump, I have some spare cash.
    I just might get one.

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    I have the rigid one that hooks up to a phone or computer with a USB connection. It works well but the focus can be a little tricky.

    Sent from my moto z3 using Tapatalk

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    I got the model with the flexible shaft because the rigid wasn't available anywhere. I don't see any downside to the flexible shaft. I've used a borrowed Lyman bore scope (rigid shaft)and I much prefer the Teslong at 1/4 the cost. I like that you can adjust the focus by moving the mirror in or out for a great image. I also like that they send you 3 mirrors.

    I have the model that plugs into my laptop. It's easy to use and I recommend it.
    Chuck

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    I ordered one.
    Should take a few weeks to get here.
    Thank you President Trump.

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    I recently bought the rigid shaft model, with extra mirrors. They were sold out of this model at the warehouse, and had to scrounge the country, to scare one up for me from a vendor. Just came this week. I got it to work on my Win 10 desktop, but I really want to use it on my Dell Venue 8 tablet running Win 8.1. So far I have been unable to get it to work on that device. I will have to contact Teslong's tech support.

    Images on this are very clear. I only tried it on a .22 rimfire, 572 Remington. Every little divit inside the barrel shows up. Makes me wonder how I could ever hit anything with it. Be prepared for eye opening images of your favorite rifles.

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    It's suppose to be here on 6/4.
    Sure hope it works as well as I'm hoping.

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    You will not be disappointed.

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    I know with this chinese virus, shipping is a little slow.
    I got a notice today that my item has been shipped.
    I ordered it on 5/19 and they ship it on 6/1???????
    Was hoping I would have it by my Birthday.
    But I guess not.

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    I got one at Christmas. It is awesome. It'll show you your barrel condition as well as how effective your barrel cleaning methods are. Sizing die scratching your brass? Have a look inside. Easily see how much gap, if any, between the end of your fired brass and the end of the chamber. Your ear hurts? Have a look inside. Seriously, it is a great tool, especially considering it's price compared to others. That said, I did more or less cobble up a slip-on sleeve to help keep it centered in the larger diameter bores. I think they now offer some different mirrors to help with the larger bores. Nonetheless, you'll like it.

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    It's on the island, so hopefully tomorrow.
    Already have some projects I want ti try it on.
    Keep my mind off out stupid gooberment and this chinese virus.
    Thank a lot china.
    I really hope Karma work.

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    Got it today.
    Seems to work well so far.
    It is very clear up close.
    But it's made for up close.

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    Happy belated birthday!

    How is it working for your .223 barrel? Does it focus well on the rifling, does the mirror fit? Looks like a great bargain.

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    I played wit it on two rifles.
    Marlin Camp 9..........lots of copper, a few specks of what looks like rust.
    Spanish Destroyer............a few speck of rust.
    Haven't tried the mirror. didn't really need to use it
    Could see good. Clear. good color.
    It's made for focus of around 1" clear.
    Haven't tried it in a .223 yet.
    To many other stuff going on, and it's hot.
    So far I like it.

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