The Biggest Problem Gun Owners Will Ever Face

It’s raining, but my cousin and I are hunkered down in a blind in the North Georgia woods outside of Ellijay.

He’s asked me to help him harvest a drift of wild boars that have nearly destroyed his two-acre vegetable plot. He said they come in drifts of 20 to 30 at a time. I believe it because they have trampled his cornfield to the ground.

You don’t need a hunting license to shoot these wild pigs, and there’s no limit on how many you can take, when you take ‘em, how big they are, and no one cares if it's males or females. They’re an invasive species and every day is open season here.

First light is just dawning when a boar steps out of the woods and stands at the edge of the dirt road about 60 yards away. I take aim with the scope and wait for the rest of the drift that I’m sure is following the leader.

But my cousin can’t wait. He takes a shot and drops the leader where it stands. That spooks the rest of the drift and they all start running across the dirt road...

I click the safety off and line up on a big boar that has what must be four-inch tusks, exhale slowly, and squeeze the trigger.


There’s no bang and I know instantly it’s a misfire. Maybe a squib? A round stuck in the barrel?

My cousin keeps firing, taking out six or eight before the rest of the drift disappears back into the woods.

Me though? I’m out of commission until I can break down my Rifle and clear the bore, which I’m not going to try to do here in the field in the rain.

When I get home, I hammer the round out of the barrel using a wooden dowel. Now, I’ve got to take it to a gunsmith to get it inspected. I’m hoping there’s no bulge in the barrel because that would call for a total barrel replacement.

I’ve talked to armorers, competitive shooters, hunters, and gun collectors and they all agree that a weapon not maintained is a dangerous weapon. Obstructions in the bore, dirt, and corrosion around the throat, plugged up gas ports, a damaged firing pin, dealing with a squib — any one of these is enough to cause a malfunction that can cause serious injury to your hands and face.

Sure, you can use your cleaning rods and ropes to squeegee out the barrel, but how can you know about the overall health of your weapon? Every shot you take produces chamber pressures of 50,000 PSI or more. It’s enough to force the brass walls of the round to expand and press against the walls of the chamber.

Any crack or defect in the metallurgy will grow with successive firings. It’s just a matter of time until such a defect — a situation you know nothing about — could lead to a full, catastrophic malfunction.

Even seemingly minor accumulations of dirt, dust, spent gunpowder, lead, copper, and brass filings can cause problems. Most of that contamination occurs around the firing chamber and the muzzle.

So, rather than carrying my Rifle to a gunsmith and paying his fees, I picked up a borescope online for less than $60 from the Endosnake company.

The Endosnake Viper 3.9 mm Borescope

It’s a tiny camera with an LED lighting system at the end of a long cable. It lets you look inside your barrel, to inspect the chamber, the firing pin, trigger mechanism, the muzzle, and the full length of the bore in full HD color.

You can see what the camera sees inside your weapon on any Windows PC or laptop, and on tablets and smartphones (IOS and Android). Just insert it into the barrel at either the muzzle or chamber and the camera shows you exactly where you need to do some extra cleaning, oiling, and maintenance. I found that it’s also ideal for checking your suppressor for strikes.

The guys behind this borescope — they’re former Armed Forces, Police officers, first responders, special operators, and the like — spent the better part of a year listening to what gun owners want. They learned that no one made a borescope that fits inside a .22 caliber or a 5.56 mm AR-15, so they designed the Endoscope Viper 3.9 Borescope.

How It Works

The camera and cable (from 3 to 15-feet long) plug directly into an Android device or Windows PC. For iPhone and Mac users, a Wi-Fi Box provides wireless connectivity. An array of six micro-LEDs surrounds the camera itself.

You can adjust the brightness to provide varying levels of illumination, which makes it easy to inspect every detail in the HD image. Just push a button on the tiny control pod to take a snapshot or record a video.

The Endoscope Viper 3.9 is rated IP67, which gives you complete protection against the admission of dust and dirt. Even submerging the camera under one meter of water for up to a half-hour causes no damage. This borescope is engineered to last.

Not only that, but you can also use the Endoscope Viper 3.9 for countless jobs around the house and garage. Use it to look inside drains, inside walls, HVAC pipes, dryer vent pipes, auto engine components

— actually, it’s an invaluable tool you can use for any job where you need a camera that’s only 0.154 inches (3.9 mm) in diameter.

It even comes with tools you can attach: a hook to snag things that have fallen into inaccessible places; a magnet that grabs ferrous items and lifts them out of dark corners; and, a mirror that directs the camera’s view upward — which is especially helpful to inspect the ultra-finest details of your rifle bore or any other item you’re inspecting.

Endosnake Viper 3.9 Borescope

It’s like having a $300 per hour gun inspector on speed-dial in your pocket.

With the Endosnake Viper 3.9 borescope in your toolkit, you can keep your weapons in clean, pristine, safe condition, and detect problems before they damage your weapon or become dangerous.

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