Lyman’s new Borecam Pro borescope takes barrel inspection to a whole new, never-more-convenient level. The wireless Borecam Pro produces its own WiFi signal, which in turn sends super clean and detailed images it captures as it slides down the barrel directly to your phone or device. There are no annoying wires or monitors to get in the way during use.
It makes inspecting those bores for wear, suspected throat erosion, tool marks and any other rifling damage—as well as copper or lead fouling—easy and almost effortless. It’s one of the best ways to ensure maintenance has been done properly on older firearms and keep an eye on those treasured new members of your collection.
The Borecam Pro will fit .20-caliber and larger barrels and is equipped with a longer 24-inch rod. In addition to taking photos, the Borecam Pro now takes sharp, clear videos to devices for fast feedback during inspection.
The Borecam Pro’s easy-to-use app makes storing and retrieving photos and video simple. Apps are available for both iOS and Android phones and tablets.
The unit provides clean and sharp images and videos with 720-pixel resolution. It weighs 2 pounds and MSRP is $339.95.
Also new from the company is the AccuSight Pistol Sight tool. It’s made in the company’s Middletown, CT, plant right here in the USA and ruggedly constructed from long-lasting billet aluminum.
The tool can adjust, install or remove front or rear dovetail pistol sights and even has a machined pocket for 1911 slides. The AccuSight features one vertical and four horizontal slide clamps, has a full range height adjustment and 1/32-inch increment windage adjustment scale on the sight pusher. The large handle provides plenty of torque to move even the most stubborn sights. MSRP is $129.95.
Lyman Products began in the late 1800s when William Lyman developed the Lyman’s No. 1 Tang Sight. Today it offers a wide range of products, from reloading gear to gunsmithing and more.