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Old February 1, 2022, 09:22 PM   #11
Unclenick
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Some people have used a cleaning patch coated with moly to burnish it into a bore. Others have made up a suspension of it in alcohol to coat things (bores included). Sprinco makes a coloidal suspension of micronized and acid-neutralized moly in a NASA patent lubricant (probably a polyester ring oil) that bonds electrostatically with steel. You keep the surface wet with it for 72 hours and you get the bonding and it can then last a thousand rounds or so in a rifle. If you renew it after each cleaning, it is maintained and all bullet's shoot in the gun as if it were shooting moly-coated bullets. This is another effective way to minimize copper fouling.
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