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Cleaning; brushing; patching...etc.

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Unread 09-23-2013, 05:16 AM
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Re: Cleaning; brushing; patching...etc.

The smaller calibers are the worst. It won't eliminate the need for patches, but you can minimize it, with the foams, and the Outers Foul Out (electronic) cleaner.
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    Re: Cleaning; brushing; patching...etc.

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    The smaller calibers are the worst. It won't eliminate the need for patches, but you can minimize it, with the foams, and the Outers Foul Out (electronic) cleaner.

    I cant figure out why it goes thru my 22-250's. Not "easily" but it goes thru...and yet this 222 acts like its smaller in the middle..??
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