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Views: 38 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-07-04 Origin: Site
For those of you who like to hunt, it is very happy to have your own rifle. Of course, you also need to clean your rifle frequently, so how should you clean the bore of your rifle?
Place your gun in a cleaning bench or extend your bipod if you don’t have a bench tool. Always clean your gun with a cover over your scope. Remove the bolt and place the bore guide into the rifle.
Take a cleaning rod and attach the jag. Next, take a cleaning patch, attach it to the gun cleaning jag and place a few drops of carbon remover on the patch. Run the cleaning rod with the patch through the bore, discard the patch and repeat the process a few times until clean. This process also shows some of the carbon fouling. This process is great for removing a large amount of gunk from the barrel.
This step is where you’ll work on the carbon fouling. Attach the nylon brush to the rod and run it through the rifle bore (but don’t pull it back through). Once through the bore, you will apply some drops of copper remover solvent to the brush. You could add the drops of solvent in the hole in your bore guide if you prefer. Now roughly you’ll want to run the brush through the bore 25 to 50 plus times.
Next, attach your jag and run a dry patch through the bore several times and check the end of the barrel to see if you’ve removed all of the copper fouling.
If you still see copper fouling, then repeat the above steps a few times until it’s all removed.
This process is very similar to the previous step except, this time, you’re going to be removing carbon in the barrel.
Take the nylon brush and push it through the bore. Once the brush is exposed, apply a few drops of your carbon remover solvent of choice. Then it’s time to brush your teeth (rifle bore) another 25 to 50 plus times. If you don’t have a clean finish, repeat the process a few more times.
Take your cleaning rod and attach the jag and then place a patch on it. Next, apply a few drops of gun oil and run it back and forth through the bore a few times. After this, take a dry patch and run it through the bore to remove any excess gun oil.
After cleaning your rifle, it is ready for hunting.
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