Hey.. I just purchased a Fabarm FP6 used from a guy I know. He's not really a friend, just someone off the internet that ive come to know. He only owned the gun for a few weeks before selling to me, and claims he fired less than 10 rounds of Federal rifled slugs thru it. It is a very clean gun, I stuck my finger in the barrel end and it came out clean, so I bought it without asking any other questions. When I got it home and disassembled it, the barrel looked dull and dirty, so I began cleaning it. Every patch I ran thru came out dirty, and it never got better. I probably ran 20 patches down the barrel, each one came out filthy, along with a healthy amount of lead dust from the first pass with the bore brush. I finally gave up cleaning it, ran a few dry and oiled patches thru, and called it a night. It looks much more shiny now, but I can still see streaks of dark lead on the barrel. This thing has a chrome barrel. Is this normal? Should there be this much lead in the barrel for the low number of shots fired? I wasnt able to remove it all, but I got most of it. any secrets for getting it completely clean next time? The rest of the gun looks brand new.. the receiver doesnt even have any scrapes or wear marks where the action slides. And my last question.. does anyone know anything about these shotguns, or have any experience or opinions on them? It appears to be very robust, high quality in every way.