My first Flintlock?

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GAHUNTER60

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Hot, soapy (Dawn) water down the barrel. let it soak for a few minutes. Drain and follow with a few wet, soapy patches, followed by dry patches until all moisture is removed. Then a coat of Ballistol patches. Clean the exterior lock with Moose Milk (Ballistol and water). Every three of four range sessions, remove the lock and clean the internals with a toothbrush and Moose Milk.

This is what I do with my percussions, and plan to do with my Kibler Colonial flintlock.
 
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