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Old Yesterday, 12:40 PM   #26
cw308
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Carbon rings on your cylinder face can come off very easily with lead away , its a square rag you can use as a patch of to wipe away burn marks , comes off so easy , use on Stainless Steel firearms ,will remove blueing if rubbed to hard. It does just wipe the burn rings away like magic.
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Old Yesterday, 05:06 PM   #27
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Old Yesterday, 07:31 PM   #28
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Solvents,oils,preservatives.

Hello Pep in Ca,
Hoppe's is good I use it but I also use BlueWonder gun cleaner. This stuff is GREAT to clean your barrel. You will not believe how good this stuff works!! It is a gel so it says on the brush. This is what I do. I clean with Hoppe's#9 first. Barrel looks clean. Then I use BlueWonder gun cleaner & WOW!! You should see all the flowing that comes out of the barrel! Now you will see a real mirror clean bore! I kid you not! They web sit is www.BlueWonder.us. You can also get it from MIDWAYUSA. I would give it a try. I am sure you will like it. Good luck. And post back & let us all know what you went with & how you did. Thanks. Volkstrm.
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