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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOldRedneck View Post
    Used a Lewis lead remover for years to remove lead from revolver barrels. They work great. Now buy Chore boy copper scrubbers, cut up in strips wrap bore brush and clean bore. Pulls all the lead out.
    Ahh yes Chore Boys. Forgot to mention them. I use them too. I think Wal-Mart has them. With those and a good solvent you got it licked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyC2639 View Post
    If they are properly cast to the correct hardness it won't be a problem. Millions of people wouldn't be shooting those rounds if there were an issue. Having said that I did do some research on cleaners and ended up choosing this one as being good for lead deposits. I figure it can't hurt to be thorough.

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