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Old 01-27-2013, 16:19   #16
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Another substance you could try, both inside and outside of the barrel, is Boeing BoeShield T-9. This stuff is slippery like snot on a glass doorknob, and it'll last for years.BoeShield was formulated to coat metals in aircraft so that they wouldn't require additional treatment and wouldn't ever rust, and has a life of 15-20 years. I've used it on many things from guns, to woodworking tools and machines, to outdoor steel targets, etc. It's available in small cans and doesn't cost very much. Be sure to use the cleaner for it first, it removes all foreign particles and rust and prepares the surface well, but doesn't touch the metal. And I think I'd break in the barrel first before treating it. Hope this helps -- good luck!
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