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Re: Cleaning rod guides

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Last time I checked (yesterday) they were $35
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So what is your chamber throat worth?

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    Re: Cleaning rod guides

    does he have an email?
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    I don't think so.
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    Re: Cleaning rod guides

    How do the Lucas guides compare to the J.Dewey guides?
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    Re: Cleaning rod guides

    They are better with tighter fit.
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    Re: Cleaning rod guides

    Apart from using the finest cleaning rods in the world made here in good old Blighty by Parker Hale [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img], although i must admit with adaptors to fit Sinclair and Pro-shot Jags (Parker Hale jags are crap) i have some bore guides which seem to be a hybrid of the Sinclair and the Stoney point.

    I cannot remember the name of the manufacturer but they consist of a one piece aluminium tube with a solvent port machined in one end and O ring grooves in the other to seal the chamber. The uaual locking collar that fits the action is present and the whole thing comes in different diameters and "O" rings to siut your given calibre.

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