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Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

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Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

Which one is top dog? I have heard great things about both but I am looking for the better of the two. Which one is quicker and cleans better?
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    I have used the Montana Extreme copper killer (50 BMG) With great success! It is very potent. I also use sweets 7.62 7.62 Bore Cleaning Solvent 200 ml Liquid I advise cleaning outside or n the garage with the door open. Wifey doesn't like the smell of cleaning solvents in the house! LOL
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    Started using Bore Tech Eliminator this year and works great. No smell, has the consistency of mineral oil and cleans up a barrel super fast. I used to use hoppes and JB bore paste but this is much faster and not abrasive. Follow the directions to the letter and it just plain works!
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    Boretech Eliminator work ok. But Boretech Cu+2 was very good.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    I have compared the BTE and the MT extreme. After the MT extreme was done I went back in with BoreTech and got more copper. Plus the BTE is not amonia based so yo dont get the smell and worry of barrel damage if left in too long. Also I have found that (as stated on the lable) BTE is all you need to leave in your barrel for storage protection against rust and corsion. No oil needed so no need for fouling shots to burn out the oil. Just patch it dry when ready to shoot. This process has eliminated the need for foulers in my rifles. First round accuracy is on to past 1000 yards.

    I have compared BTE to MT extreme, Sweets 7.62, Shooters Choice, Barnes CR-10, and many others. It's BoreTech Cleaners for me.

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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    I've used both of them and also thought that they both worked good. But have you tried Wipeout foaming bore cleaner? This stuff is some of the best cleaner that I have used. If you use it along with their accelerator it doesn't take long for your bore to be clean. This stuff works. Plus if you use it along with a bore guide it is a snap to clean up and doesn't make a mess. I think bore tech and Montana xtreme are good, but wipeout is far better in my opinion.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    I like Bore Tech Eliminator.
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