Re: Cleaning Question
Let us know what you think of the Gun Juice treatment after you're finished.
I've treated about 6 barrels so far and they all cleaned much easier as the treatment process continued. I had one bore that was copper fouling pretty badly. It still copper fouls but only about 5% of what it used to. The other 5 don't really copper foul much at all. Some of my barrels were custom and they never coppered up much to start with. But the Gun Juice still seems to seal off the bore with some type of coating and the clean up slicker than snot. I don't worry to much about cleaning them during my hunting season so I don't have to worry about clean bore shots hitting differently than the fouled bore shot, and I don't worry too much about any corrosion since my barrels are stainless and sealed with the Juice.
It is a PITA to Gun Juice treat the bores, but I like the Gun Juice much better than the Ultra Bore Coat product that I tried. In fact, the Ultra Bore Coat I received was either defective product or the stuff simply doesn't work. I ended up treating the Ultra Bore Coat treated bores with Gun Juice and there was a big improvement in reduced fouling and ease of cleaning. My experience with Ultra Bore Coat wasn't good. I couldn't tell it did anything other than cost me money.
Last edited by phorwath; 09-27-2009 at 01:16 AM.