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Picked this stuff up a while back thinking 'snake oil'. I was wrong again. This stuff flat works!

http://www.gunslick.com/products/chemic ... aners.aspx

It takes some getting used to, the foam expands and will back off into the action and run down into the magazine/action of a rifle if you pull the tube out too fast. I let the stuff work in the barrel about 30 minutes and the stuff turns blue and pushes right out with a patch. It does not stink, has almost no smell at all, and I finish up the barrel with Hoppe's #9 {liberal dose} and if the gun is to be stored, a couple passes with Kroil
 

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I use something very similar on every used gun I buy when I first bring it home, which is every gun I own since I don't buy new ones..

I want to get the barrels as clean as I can, and get rid of any copper fouling, then switch over to lead. It seems to do a great job, and I've only had to do it once on each gun.
 
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