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My wife would freak out if my work bench looked like that.

Looks to me you like to tinker.
I wish I had a garage so I could have a work bench just like yours. :Cooltu:
 

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Thunderbolts....aren't those the ones that have caused a lot of leading in barrels ? Maybe Remington has solved the problem, but keep an eye on the barrel and just in case , have a good rod , brushes and lead removing solvent/cleaner on hand.
If they do cause problems you might want to invest in a thing called a Lewis Lead remover...that's the best thing going for lead removal in a 22 barrel.

I know finding ammo is tough, and no sense not shooting all that ammo you have, the Lewis tool will help. I know !
Gary
 

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Yep, Thunderbolts are known for heavy leading.





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My wife would freak out if my work bench looked like that.

Looks to me you like to tinker.
I wish I had a garage so I could have a work bench just like yours. :Cooltu:

I'D freak out if mine looked like that. I gotta have some order and tidiness. Makes using the space much easier, enjoyable and well...rewarding at least to me.
 

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A guy gave me a box of 50 TB's last year. I didn't know leading was a problem with them. Probably cause I shot a bunch of other stuff behind them.
They fired and cycled the action but accuracy was poor. I leave em on the shelf when I see em. Come to think of it, I leave all Rem ammo on the shelf.
 
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