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Copper Fouling

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Re: Copper Fouling

I'd also reccommend Blue Wonder by Novum. I have been using this lately and I really like it. It is a gel. I you put it on a nylon brush. Scrub the bore 5-10 strokes, apply more to the brush then scrub again. leave it in for 5-15mins and then patch out if you have semi dry patches repeat, most of the time I never have patches with blue or green on them after 1 cleaning. I always check by running 2 wet batches with Barnes cr10. I love this stuff. But it smells like pine sol..
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    Re: Copper Fouling

    Hands down, the best copper remover is Coppermelt.
    I cleaned 6 of my own guns plus 2 guns I am working on a few nights ago in a total time of 1 hour and 15 minutes!!!

    I use Coppermelt from start to end without using anything else. It is spendy stuff initially, but time saved and patches saved actually reduces the cost and makes it cheaper to use than anything else on the market!

    I could not shoot as often as I do, or afford to shoot as often as I do without Coppermelt. IT IS THE STUFF! I could never go back to the other way of cleaning.
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