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Never has bothered me but I have a buddy that is very meticulous about cleaning his AR15's after shooting. I told him I rarely do anything but a patch and bristle. But no,not him. He really wants to be able to cleanse whatever laquer coating he perceives to be there. Any thoughts? He didn't like my suggestion about soaking the barreled action in kerosene. Refuses to believe that's what makes up hoppes #9. Ideas?
 

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Lacquer thinner from Home Depot. Use it like bore cleaner and it should remove any deposits. Keep it off the plastic parts!
 

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Thanks Kernel. After 30+years I finally got him into AR's and kalashnikovs. He's still learning:thumbup1:
 

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I just need to make some room for the gunshow this weekend. You know,old stock out,new stock in.:thumbup1:
 

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I am going to drop a few of these .223 reloads through this latest AR15 I assembled a couple years ago using an 80% lower I machined at my last job. If any of this works I would be pleased.
 

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MUSIBIKE. Are you loading the primed steel casings out there? Would like to know how that goes. Thanks!
 
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