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Old February 16, 1999, 11:02 AM   #2
Doc Lisenby
Join Date: November 25, 1998
Location: Chesterfield, SC,USA
Posts: 31
Riss, one of the benchresters of old said that the use of beeswax and graphite prolonged the life of his barrels. S.E.M, Inc of Glendale, AZ makes Sem Wax which is their own composition. I have used it in my 22-250 and it doesn't have any bad effects that I noticed. I didn't shoot it fast enough to see the effect of lowering barrel heat. I have heard that graphite becomes abrasive at some hi temp. I don't know. Anybody had experiences with what we are talking about? Maybe moly is better than graphite for this. I would like to know more about this if anyone can add something.
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