I have to agree, if it still shoots good, leave it. If knowing that it is there bugs you, I have a counterbore cutter, cuts the barrel out to 8mm id. My 96 barrel that had the mud dobbers nest in it recently received the treatment. I should've done some before and after testing, but didn't. I've always thought that a steam of gas expanding around the bullet faster than the bullet is traveling would stabilize the bullet during the time that it free of the barrel's vibrations, don't know the validity of my reasoning though.
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