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PostSubject: Cleanging with CVA "Barrel Blaster Quick Clean Patches"   February 3rd 2016, 5:26 pm

Evening Gents!

I am seeking to find a good cleaning regimen for Triple 7 residue that does NOT include using water.  No particular reason, just want to find one.  I am curious know if any of you fine shooters of Triple 7 powder have such a method.  If so, what is it?

Also, I have found a produce from CVA that is in the title.  It is product number AC1687.  They have no discernable odor to give away what's on the patches.  I asked for and received a copy of the MSDS from CVA that says it is made from a "Blend of naturally occurring Generally Recognizable Safe Substances approved edible compounds"?   Rolling Eyes  Good grief.  Now there is a bit of useless information for you!  Thought I'd give those a try on a bare nail as I figure if it has water in it a bare nail will rust a tad overnight. So we'll see what we see and then know what we've seen.  Don't you see?

Any input appreciated.  I'll let you know what the effect the patches have on the nail.
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PostSubject: Re: Cleanging with CVA "Barrel Blaster Quick Clean Patches"   February 3rd 2016, 5:34 pm

Most BP lubes and cleaners do contain water as its needed to kill and wash away the corrosive salts in black powder.

After using water, I follow up with a shot of alcohol and then either my anti rust lube or a good grade gun oil like Barricade.
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