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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Chester County, PA
Re: .32 or .36 ?
I would not make fouling an issue relative to the caliber you chose. Fouling is mostly a product of the powder quality, weather (humidity), the quality of the barrel to include the smothness of the lands and groves and the lube you use. If fouling is realy an issue I would reccomend that you look into obtaining a flinter with U cut groves in the barrel. Rice makes them and they are super easy to clean and they do not foul easily.
Good night Chesty, wherever you are......