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Old 08-09-2013, 01:38 AM   #11
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I get that on my barrels also and I soak mine in hoppe's once every 10 times I take the guns to the range. What I've noticed is it depends on what bullet you use, certain ones leave that copper line, some don't.
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i get that in my 1911s, xdm's, berettas i use a lot of plated bullets and non plated bullets i got that on my lcp from using factory SD ammo too. doesnt affect accuracy or performance.
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i get that in my 1911s, xdm's, berettas i use a lot of plated bullets and non plated bullets i got that on my lcp from using factory SD ammo too. doesnt affect accuracy or performance.
My SD ammo is Hornady CD, I've shot a fair amount of it through my 19. Again, I'm just relieved its not rust.
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Typical copper fouling. It is not significant in a low velocity pistol barrel. In a high velocity rifle it can be crippling to accuracy.

Operative part of the info is "bore snake". Try Shooter's Choice bore solvent and the Glock bore brush. It will come out.
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