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People who use guns often know that guns need to be cleaned regularly. Gun cleaning kits are used during the cleaning process, including brushes, jags, cleaning rods, etc. So here we will talk about how to use a gun cleaning rod, a bore brush, a mop, some adapters and some patches to clean your gun bore.
1. Prepare a gun cleaning kit, which contains gun cleaning rods, solvents, etc.
You’ll need a gun cleaning rod, bore solvent, gun oil, jags, patches, adapters, properly sized brushes and a clean bore mop etc. You’ll also need a clean surface to clean your gun.
2. Make sure that the firearm is unloaded.
Next, open the action of your gun and ensure that it is unloaded. Then, place the gun on the clean surface or in the gun vise you are going to use.
3. Soak a patch in solvent and use an appropriate jag to run through the bore, chamber to muzzle.
Assemble your gun cleaning run and attach the appropriate adaptable along with a patch jag and a fresh, clean patch. Then, soak the patch in your solvent and run it down the bore from chamber to muzzle, allowing the solvent to soak into the fouling in the bore.
4. Attach an appropriate bore brush and scrub the bore, chamber to muzzle.
Once you have introduced the fouling to the solvent, remove your patch jag, discard the used patches and attach a bore brush. Scrub the bore brush through the bore from chamber to muzzle, aggressively abraded the inside of the bore. With each pass, you will work some of the fouling losses. After a few passes, you should still see a lot of loose fouling on the inside of the barrel.
5. Reattach a jag and a clean, fresh patch and run it through, chamber to muzzle.
When you have scrubbed the bore with a brush, reattach your patch jag and run a fresh, clean patch through the barrel, from chamber to muzzle. It should come out dark, or nearly pitch black. Remove the patch, insert a fresh patch, and repeat the process till the patches come out clean. When you inspect the bore this time, it should be fairly bright.
6. Attach a bore mop, put a drop or two of oil in the chamber, and run the mop through to the muzzle.
Now, you can attach a bore mop to your gun cleaning rod. Put a drop or two of gun oil in the chamber of your shotgun. All you want to do at this point is provide a very light coating of oil to the inside of the barrel to prevent moisture from causing corrosion.
Then run the mop through the bore, from the chamber to the muzzle to flush out any remaining fouling and it will also head to evenly spread the oil over the inside of the bore to protect it from moisture and corrosion. Through this kind of cleaning, your guns will definitely help you hunting more perfectly.
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