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 Post subject: Re: Which brush to use for pistol barrel cleaning?

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Thanks delacruz12002. Now I am confident occasional use of steel wool won't cause any issues.


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 Post subject: Re: Which brush to use for pistol barrel cleaning?

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I take fibers from a POT SCRUBBER and wrap it around an old worn pistol brush to get lead build up out of a pistol barrel.
Pot scrubbers are corse curley steel wool, an you can find them at the market.

I also wrap a pistol brush with cotton Yarn so it holds the powder solvent to get out stubborn powder fouling.
It works like a bore mop, with teeth.

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Nice!!!

A polygonal Barrel!!! Which handgun does it belong to ???

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Its from a Jericho 941s in 9mm.


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