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Good Bore Cleaner????

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ntgr8, Jul 1, 2010.

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  1. ntgr8

    ntgr8 Member

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    Whats a good cleaner to remove plastic build up from barrel??
     
  2. dverna

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    acetone

    Don Verna
     
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    mixer Well-Known Member

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    WD-40 and a brass brush.

    Eric
     
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    Once you get the bore clean. I have been using Tetra Gun bore cleaner as a final in my competetive guns for at least twenty years and have noticed that they do not get the buildup they had in the past.The last step is to wipe a little Hoppe's 9 on it so it smells clean.
     
  6. prairieviper

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    There are several good bore cleaners out there that will remove plastic including Shooter's Choice, Slip 2000 and Gunzilla (my own personal choice at the moment). Gunzilla has no odor and is a one-step CLP. Slip 2000 has a pleasant orange smell but requires a rust preventative as a last step as it is not a CLP. Try them and choose what works best for you.
     
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    Another vote for Ed's Red...
     
  8. Jamnss

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    RGS is really good @#*@. Oh that is what RGS stands for. Jeff Ryals
     
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