Re: copper fouling!!!
You will be hard pressed to get a truly clean patch from any bore. A slight blue tint is normal for a clean bore. I clean until the heavy streaks and fouling are gone. then dry it and oil it.
Also 99% of cleaning rods and jags are brass, which reacts with the copper solvents and turns blue. so you could patch a new straw from mcdonalds and get a blue patch out the other end..
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