As most have read lately,I have a bad Copper fouling problem with my new Savage 110FLCP 25/06 that I had the Savage Custom Shop build for me. I'm the kind of guy that understands that nothing made by man is ever perfect,and it usually doesn't do any good to ***** and moan about a company turning out a product with a flaw.I just try to do what I can to fix the problem,and maybe learn something in the process. I'm in no way mad at Savage Firearms,but they do need to check out the condition of the machining tools that are used in the manufacturing process from time to time,and these types of problems will be limited. I have notified them about this problem,and could have returned the rifle,but then what would I be learning about how to fix the problem. I have several different types of liquid,and foam bore cleaners that are for Copper Fouling.They do work good,but on this rifle it was taking atleast 3 days to get the copper out of the barrel,after soaking-brushing-patching.Also alot of Cussing!!! These are patches after soaking the barrel with some liquid cleaners- A member on another forum sent me a link for a homemade electric bore cleaner,so I said what the hell,I'll try it out! It's a simple kit,and doesn't cost much to make. I bought a Rayovac Industrial continuity testing flashlight for a power source-$5.00,along with some batteries.A Stainless Steel or Carbon Steel rod,I bought a 1/8" and a 3/16" rod for cleaning different size bores.You will also need some O-rings,and Rubber Stoppers that will fit your bore. You also need an Industrial strength Ammonia solution,your local janitorial supply is a good place to find this stuff.Most of the Ammonia products found at grocery/hardware stores isn't strong enough.