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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Very nice. Thanks for the post TMAN.

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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Well done treeman. Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Thank you for sharing. I especially enjoy your writing style.

  4. #14

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    Excellent pig, and enjoyable read - well done, Treeman!
    ATB
    Sweet

  5. #15

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    Nice shot!

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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Excellent write up!

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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Good going and great story. I think you may qualify to be the first person to know about the special formula to remove carbon from the inside of Cartridge cases. Not sure if you like to tinker enough though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean KZN View Post
    Good going and great story. I think you may qualify to be the first person to know about the special formula to remove carbon from the inside of Cartridge cases. Not sure if you like to tinker enough though.
    *************************
    Look up my old posts, I have made or tried to make most things. Stock oil,stock wax, gun oils short and long term, I love making my own thing that I just bought later down the line.
    I will be rude enough or surprised enough to say "NFW boet", this is something I wanna see. Unless you in some lab with some degree, and a team of assistants (which falls outside tinkering), I have tried everything from alkaline to acid and freezing. Carbon and I are enemy's back from the two stroke racing days. I would hazard I have fought with carbon back yard style for 30 years.
    Mechanical works for carbon, sonic cleaner wins.

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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Whats app me on 0731456214, I'll show you the evidence and give you the formula. It's a common product that I was forced to use by circumstance, then discovered the carbon removing properties.

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    Default Re: Shot a champion pig today

    Well done Treeman! Congrats!

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