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Old 05-02-2012, 11:52 AM
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Has anyone tried the TM Solution cleaning solvent? I see that some pretty well known shooters like Fred Sinclair, Steve Timm and Holt Bodinson are using it and highly recommend it....Just wondered if anyone here is using it and what your experience with it has been> Thanks, George
George- I use TM. Usually as the first step in the cleaning process as I find it works really well on carbon. I attack copper with other solvents, depending on how bad that particular barrel copper fouls.
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