Are there any really fast methods to clean the cylinder?. I have a taurus 94 that I have reworked until it is a pleasure to shoot, unfortunately, after about 250 rounds of goldens the cylinder fouls badly. The rounds back out slightly as the gun is fired and the resistance on the recoil shield area will stall the cylinder rotation as the trigger is operated. Even when easing the trigger back the cylinder is hard to turn by hand and the cases are difficult to eject. I'm looking for a way to clean it up fast so that I can keep it running at the range. I have tried a bronze brush with hoppes and a cordless drill with 5 or 6 passes through each bore which cleans most of the fouling but still leaves a ring. After another 50 rounds I have to repeat. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!