Re: WipeOut Bore Cleaner Made Easy!
Here is how I've been using it with pretty good results on my bolt guns. I patch out the barrel with Kroil, let it soak a while, and then patch the Kroil out, trying to get loose powder etc. out. I repeat until its fairly clean then patch the excess Kroil out until dry.
Next I plug the chamber with a bore guide that has 2 patches draped over the front of it. This keeps it out of the action. Then I squirt it down the muzzle until it foams out of the muzzle.
The rifle is in a cradle in a level postition. I let it sit for about 2 hours, and then squirt more Wipe Out in. I want to be sure the barrel is full with the Wipe Out. That sits over night, with a loose make shift muzzle plug. A few hours later I turn the rifle 180*. I patch the Wipe Out from the barrel the next day. Then Kroil and a patch down the barrel and its done.
I haven't let my rifles get very dirty yet, so I am not sure how this method would work on a really fouled gun.
It seems to be working for me.
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