Bore Snake Cleaner Gun
BRUSHES AND SWABS BORE IN ONE QUICK PASS NO GUNSMITH REQUIRED
Step 1 :
First thing you always want to do is make sure the gun is clear, with nothing in the chamber and no magazine. It’s always a good idea to double or triple check this.
Step 2 :
Take your favorite gun cleaning solvent and spray it on the bronzen bristles. Some people like to saturate it and let it sit for a minute or two but I’ve found no difference in spraying it and using it right away.
Step 3 :
Take the end of the bore snake with the brass weight and drop it down the barrel and guide it throughuntil the bronze bristles and solvent make contact.
Step 4 :
Once you make contact with the brush section of the bore snake you’ll see that is starts giving you resistance.
Step 5 :
Pull the bore snake with as much or as little forceis necessary. If you’re bore snake is the same size caliber as the barrel then you may need to tug pretty hard to get it though.
Step 6 ;
The main floss area behind the bronze brush comes outvery easily and aids in removing the carbon that was just scraped off from the brush and solvent.
Step 7 :
You’re done! Take a look down the barrel and it should resemble a highly polished mirror. If now, go back to step 1 and start again.