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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 12:47 am 
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I was at LeBaron Mississauga tonight doing some gun accessories shopping and found this new product that they're carrying ...... wow..... how cheap for the price ..... certainly nothing to loose and works ok too.

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Quick question: which metal hurts airgun barrels: steel or brass?


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^ Steel!! Aluminum and brass are softer, brass probably the safest but aluminum OK.

That's a nice cleaning kit at a good price.

I have been looking for quite a while in stores I go to that sell gun stuff. I still haven't found a decent cleaning kit for .177 airguns. What total crap BS I've seen, expensive "airgun" cleaning kits with powder solvent and metal bristle brushes and steel rods. They'll sell anything to people dumb enough to buy it! I do understand that a .177 diameter rod is kinda bendy, but steel rod for an airgun is asking for the cleaning to do more damage than good.


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