No need to be afraid of corrosive ammo. As soon as possible after shooting it , Pour a couple Qts of hot water through the barrel and clean as ant other rifle. I just unscrew the nozzle of the rince hose in my kitchen sink and thoroughly flush the bore when my wife isn't looking. This works very well and sometimes when I run a patch through afterward, it comes out clean. If you want to spend $25 or $30 on domestic ammo as opposed to $4 on milsurp then dont worry about it.
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