Thread: Copper removal?
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Old January 23, 2019, 01:54 PM   #31
offroadmatt
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I've only had luck with montana x-treme stuff as well. But I'm going to try the KG! Sweets works well for light copper. But takes forever when breaking in a barrel with bad fouling. I like to wet a patch around a brush. Pull it through a couple times then replace patch and repeat until clean.

A lot of the rifles i see. Claim to be "cleaned" when they walk through the door. Almost 90% have copper fouling. I don't think most people grasp what "clean" means. Thats not to say if its still shooting that it necessarily need cleaned. Lots of guys wont clean a barrel till groups start opening up. But! They also tend to shoot several times a week. I don't believe a rifle should be stored dirty.
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