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Old 09-04-2019, 10:50 AM
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I highly recommend this product - RB-17 Gel. It dissolves lead quite readily. I have

used it for many years. Good stuff!



http://www.pjsproducts.com/rb17.htm


thanks for the tip, sounds like good stuff.


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Most 22 rifle one isn't too pronounced. It's hard to shoot out a .22 barrel and how soft lead can damage steel is beyond me. Shoot it see how it does before you go overkill
It's not the bullet itself that wears the barrel, even with high-velocity centre-fire cartridges. However,lead from the bullet can adhere to rough spots in the bore, and these accretion damage subsequent bullets. Corrosion in the bore will not enhance accuracy.
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Old 09-07-2019, 04:41 PM
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Well, i got a lot of crud out of it today. Soaked with bore scrubber, brush aggressively, dry patch repeat probably a dozen times. 10th patch was dirtiest, 12 was clean. what i did to that poor gun is probably illegal in some states, but i think i got it!


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good as new!
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gunsmith that relines bbl

I've read the post above, but do not see gunsmiths that reline bbls. Does anyone know of any that do a good job at a reasonable price?
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I've read the post above, but do not see gunsmiths that reline bbls. Does anyone know of any that do a good job at a reasonable price?
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