BoreSnake™ Bore Cleaner

   

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.17 Caliber

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.204 Caliber

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.22 Caliber

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6mm/.243 Caliber

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.251 - .264 Caliber

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.270, 7mm, .284

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.30 Caliber

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.35 - .375 Caliber

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410 Gauge

Rifle/Shotgun

.22 Caliber

Pistol

.380 - .357 Caliber

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.40 Calibur

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.44 - .45 Caliber

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12 Gauge

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20 Gauge

Shotgun

28 Gauge/50-54

Shotgun/Black Powder

.50-.54 Caliber

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Drop brass weighted end through bore, initial floss removes loose debris. Phosphor bronze short brushes then remove hardened residue. Main floss super-cleans the bore. All in one quick movement.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 67 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Practical Purchase I recommend these in any caliber. There a great quick clean, but should never be used for a storage cleaning. I carry one in my range bag all the time. They eliminate bore/barrel fouling to keep accuracy. There also great for bedded barrels eliminating the need to field strip the weapon i.e., M1A. March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Must Have! I have a BoreSnake for my 12 gauge, 20 gauge and my .50 calibre Black Powder rifle. I wouldn't shoot any of these guns without first buying a BoreSnake to use afterwards. As far as gun cleaning goes, this is top notch and a must have piece of equipment for any gun owner. March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Absolutely the best way to clean any firearm. I don't know why I waited so long to buy one. December 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bore snake I love this product. I have one for every caliber gun I own. They are great and I recommend them to everybody I know. I hope this works...enough can't be said about them. December 12, 2013
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i have a Mosin Nagant 7.62x54r rifle what size is good for this rifle and i use corrosive surplus ammo(the primers has salt in it) will this clean the barrel after i use corrosive ammo?????
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Negative. It will only remove fouling. The salts are actually in the primer. To clean the corrosives, hot soapy water must be used, and then I recommend removing excess water with a compressor, and oil the weapon.
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.30 Cal/.308/7.62 NATO
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use a 30 cal bore snake like a 30-6 308 then use a window cleaner with ammo in it then oil the gun
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yep. .32/8mm
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I think they make one for about every caliber.
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i dont think u can
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 - mi east jordan and flushing
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is the BoreSnake washable?

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For example, how do you clean the boresnake when it gets dirty? do you simply throw it away after so many uses?
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The bore snake is washable.
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I use dishwashing liquid and warm water. soak it for awhile and rinse with clean water.
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 - Powder Springs, Ga.
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Absolutely. I just elasticise it and throw it in the wash, then air dry. Comes out good as new.
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 - Braintree, MA
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Just wash it in the sink with hot soapy water and hang dry.
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 - Elizabeth, IN
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yes it is washable.carefully soak/ wash with mild dishsoap(dawn,simple green or equivelent) rinse all soap out and let dry
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hand wash and rinse in detergent and rinse well!! Air dry
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it is washable.
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.338 Lapua

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Which should I get for .338 Lapua rifle?
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The boresnake is selected by caliber. Per the Hoppes web site, use 24017 .338, .340 caliber.
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i'd say probably item# 897-223-05 or 897-223-08
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