Re: New Fire arms Cleaning method, The Best I\'ve found
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So - has your smith determined what "gun juice" does for accuracy. Are any of the benchrest people using this stuff?
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My smith thought me a lot but I learnt more when I called Microlon about it. They were very nice and helpful.Download their pdf it will explain a lot. Anyways here goes. Very important to shake the bottle before using it. Wet a patch and scrub it through about 4 times to foam it, then shoot. Repeat this 20 times, then use a dry patch to clean it out.When firing the rifle it opens the barrels pores and the juice sinks in and after the procedure it leaves a dry film lubricant that will not attract dirt, dust or grit . This way it's as one would say more slippery like teflon, so you get more velocity and accuracy since their is less resistance. Now because the pores are sealed you don't have to clean it as often because all the crap can't hang to anything. They told me I could clean it about every 500 shots, but I could use one wet patch after the rang if I was a maniac, but not necessary,So with all this your barrel will last a lot longer, less cleaning, faster, and more precise. Do not use a brush.
Well hope this helps. Me I'm believer [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Oh don't order the 1 oz bottle. Order the 4 oz one.
As for the benchrest people I don't know, but it should definetly be an advantage.
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