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Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

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Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

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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.
I have the gunslick foam, but I think I will be going to the wipeout w/accelerator. I have to apply too many applications and those are overnight too. Also since the Montana has ammonia in it I think I'll be going with BTE. I have heard way more positive about that than the Montana extreme. I don't want anything with ammonia in it and also it stinks bad.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    Well MTE 50bmg copper killer stinks...real bad, like something slapped you in the face. So if your looking for something that doesn't stink real bad then BTE is the way to go. That or, KG12 works good too. I recently got a bottle of that and am impressed also. But still, the mother of cleaning made easy in my opinion is the wipeout and accelerator. Just easy, little to no scrubbing and just push a few patches.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    BoreTech CU+2 for me and I won't use anything else.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

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    BoreTech CU+2 for me and I won't use anything else.

    Can you help me out with the CU+2. I don't know what this is. How or is this different than BTE?
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

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    Well MTE 50bmg copper killer stinks...real bad, like something slapped you in the face. So if your looking for something that doesn't stink real bad then BTE is the way to go. That or, KG12 works good too. I recently got a bottle of that and am impressed also. But still, the mother of cleaning made easy in my opinion is the wipeout and accelerator. Just easy, little to no scrubbing and just push a few patches.

    In addition to the BTE, I am going to get the Wipeout+accelerator, as I think this is different and better than the Gunslick I now use.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

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    In addition to the BTE, I am going to get the Wipeout+accelerator, as I think this is different and better than the Gunslick I now use.

    You wont hate it. I promise.
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    Re: Bore Tech Eliminator vs. Montana Extreme copper killer

    I haven't found a good one yet. Montana was OK but CR-10 works better in my gun. Spent about $10 on Gunslick foam and it was absolutely worthless. Filled the barrel with foam and let sit 30 minutes, 3 times and never got copper. One patch of cr-10 looked like a blue berry. Getting kind of tired of buying solvent that's for sure. Nobody around here carries Wipeout.
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