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Old January 2, 2013, 09:04 AM   #7
PetahW
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I use an overball lube of white Crisco cooking lard (grocery store), filling the front of each chamber even with the cylinder face. (It's available in both small/large canisters)

The heat of firing melts the lube and keeps powder fouling very solft/sloppy, so that shooting can continue as long as you wish.

Often, I stop for a minute or so, to simply wipe the excess slop from the grips/hammer, etc - so the gun doesn't slip in my hand during firing. .

Yep, It's messy - but it works.



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