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A frosty bore is when a rifle has been carried/stored muzzle up on a particularly snowy day. Yup its frost but no snow yet. These advertised bore conditions puzzle me too but some crack me up also. Seeing a shiney bore tells me its been shot alot/used. The dark bore to me means two things it may have been reblued during the refurb thus darkbore. I worry about how the grooves and rifling looks. If the rifling has sharp edges on the corners then you have a good shootable accurate bore. I've seen slightly corroded bore shoot great if it still has decent rifling. No matter how i inspect the swedish mausers with there disc that rates the bores i just don't see any difference between them. DarkboreShiney boreFrosty boreSlightly corrodedSlightly pitted