How to clean an old Winchester 32.20 barrle
I have an old win lever action 32.20 that has been in my family for over 75 years. The rifle is in good condition and clean. I have shot it. But a look in the barrel reveals a lot of crude. Not exactly clean and bright. i want to clean the barrel but not damage it. It may be the lead bullets it fires that have fouled the groves. A smith looked and said it is not that bad for as old as it is. But I wonder if any one has any ideas about how to do the best by this old barrel.
Your ideas are appreciated. Thanks.
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