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Views: 43 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-02-25 Origin: Site
Anyone who owns a gun should know that if the inside of the barrel is rusted, it will not only affect the accuracy of the weapon, but also pose a threat to your safety. The rust and debris in the barrel will cause the pressure to increase sharply after the bullet is fired, causing the barrel to crack or swell, or even explode. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the barrel of a rifle, shotgun, or pistol does not rust. If you want to remove the rust from your gun barrel, you need a gun cleaning kit. Including bronze brushes, nylon brushes, cleaning sticks, jags, cleaning mops, cleaning patches, etc. as well as cleaning solvents and gun oil.
When you have all the tools necessary to clean the gun and make sure that your gun is unloaded, then you can start your gun cleaning.
Soak the bronze brush in the bore solvent, and attach the brush to your cleaning rod. Run the brush through the rusty barrel. If possible, push the brush in the same direction as the bullet would travel, from the chamber out toward the muzzle. After you’ve completed several passes through the barrel with the brush, let the gun sit for five minutes.
Attach a clean patch to your cleaning rod, and run it through the barrel. Remove the dirty patch, and attach a new one. Push the new patch through the barrel once again. Keep doing this until a new patch comes out mostly clean.
Soak a large patch in bore solvent. If you do not have different sized patches or can’t cut them yourself, you can combine two smaller patches. It is important that the solvent-soaked patch fit snugly inside the gun’s barrel.
Attach the solvent-soaked patch to your cleaning rod, and push it through the barrel. Repeat this several times, twisting the rod as you push the patch through the bore to ensure that the entire barrel is coated with solvent. And then allow the gun to sit for approximately 10 minutes.
Place a clean patch on your cleaning rod, and push it through the barrel. Once again, remove the dirty patch and replace it with a new one. Run a clean patch through the barrel until it comes out free of any traces of rust or debris.
Soak a clean patch with gun oil, attach it to the cleaning rod and run it through the barrel a few times. This will apply a protective coating to the barrel and help prevent the formation of rust.
When all this is done, the rust in your barrel will be removed. The next thing you need to do is to put it in a safe place and clean it regularly during subsequent use.
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