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What's the best way to clean the threads inside the barrel after you take the choke out
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If you have a Beretta they actually make a tool - much like a tap - that will clean the threads in a snap.


Can someone tell me where I put mine?:LOL::ROFLMAO:
 

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Brass 10 gauge bore brush, WD-40, stiff tooth brush and an air compressor. Relube your chokes, put them back in and run a bore brush with swab through the barrels. Should look like new until your next outing. Repeat as necessary. Good shooting, Rey
I also recommend a 10ga brush. Makes quick work of a mundane job.
I remove my tube(s) and toss them into a jug of Hippies juice while I use the 10ga brush in a drill to clean the barrel, including threads. Swab it clean and wrap a rag around my pinkie to get the threads. Lube with Lucas oils red and tacky 2. Although the process only takes a few minutes, I hate cleaning guns with a passion. Hate hate hate it!!
 

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I use a 20mm brush in a drill for both ends of the barrels.
 
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