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Old February 24, 2021, 11:49 AM   #12
Shadow9mm
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Originally Posted by rickyrick View Post
I do bore snake and followed by some patches until the copper needs to come out. I’ll use janitorial grade ammonia to get the copper out... it’s a rare occurrence in the grand sceme of things.

The barrel needs less attention than the rest of the rifle. I clean moving parts well, but I wouldn’t use break clean on things that require lubricants... brake clean is to remove lubricant.
There is stuff intended for carbon removal.

Gotta go, my overly affectionate cat won’t let me type.

Whoa, Living dangerously. Maybe try something less potentially barrel ruining? like Bore Tech Eliminator (with copper remover) CU+2 their dedicated copper remover .... yeah its a touch spendy for chemicles, but its a LOT cheaper than a new barrel....

https://www.boretech.com/products/cu2-copper-remover

https://www.boretech.com/products/el...r-bore-cleaner
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