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Old 02-25-2012, 11:12 PM   #1
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Some one please give me a fast easy way to get this GD lead out of my barrel! Some one help



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Old 02-25-2012, 11:15 PM   #2
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with old 22's I take a brush attachment for my cleaning rode and run down the barrel 50,000 times and it usually gets the lead out.



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Old 02-25-2012, 11:23 PM   #3
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They make cleaners that help get the lead out of the barrel along with brushes and regular cleaning , Remington and Hoppes are what I use and it works great , their are others that work as well and some better but I get this locally .

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Drop your barrel into a bucket of WD40 and let it sit for about 15 minutes then run a brush down the barrel.

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Soak it in Kroil overnight and then scrub it out. Much better than WD, IMO.

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Run a patch soaked in sweets 7.62 its awesome on both copper an lead deposits ,let it set a min then brush the hell out of it ,u wont have to run it through 50000 times. Then run another patch soaked in sweets tgrough let set a min the run patches through till dry an clean
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Thanks guys!!

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Thanks guys!!
The sweets is great stuff stinks like hell but works killer on nasty barrels
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I'd go with Kroil. You can but it cheap on Amazon if you can not find it locally.

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White vineger with a small amount of water. It has worked for a 100 years and still does. Keep it of the blue.



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