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Re: Stupid ?

Originally Posted by MontanaRifleman View Post
Jeff, I have been using Bore Tech Eliminator, but I did get a bottle of the CU+2. Your results sound great, so I'll give it a try with my next barrel. What are you doing about powder fouling? Also, I have yet to break-in a custom barrel. That will be next.
Sorry I was slow to reply here.

I use to use " Slip 2000" first for carbon then BoreTech Eliminator to get the copper. But with a little testing I found that the BTE (BoreTech Eliminator) was all I needed as it gets the carbon too. Keep in mind I clean alot and don't get huge build ups. My preference to clean my bores often was the reason I was so interested in testing first round accuracy from a cold , "just cleaned" bore. This led me to try CU+2 as it is recommended for storage too and now is taking the place of the old oiled patch method. CU+2 does not get carbon so I sually use BTE along with it. As soon as I run out of BTE, I will be getting some C4. As sold as I am on all BoreTech products I hope to make the C4 and CU+2 the only cleaners I use.

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