Cleaning ASG priming modules NEED HELP PLEASE

1denogean

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Okay guys I'm having a ton of trouble getting these suckers clean how do you all do it? I placed mine in a small container with hoppes (shook it around for a while) and it did fairly well on the primer pocket and the outside which didn't need it but still did good. I tried a small brass brush on the inside but could not get it perfectly clean and i do not want these to get ruined cuz dang they are pricey. I also placed them on a tumbler in the container this morning and same thing it did good but still not clean.

any help is appreciated

Thanks
 

FEENIX

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Okay guys I'm having a ton of trouble getting these suckers clean how do you all do it? I placed mine in a small container with hoppes (shook it around for a while) and it did fairly well on the primer pocket and the outside which didn't need it but still did good. I tried a small brass brush on the inside but could not get it perfectly clean and i do not want these to get ruined cuz dang they are pricey. I also placed them on a tumbler in the container this morning and same thing it did good but still not clean.

any help is appreciated

Thanks
Call the manufacturer directly for recommendations.
 

ENCORE

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I've shot over 20#'s of BH209 through my brass modules and never cleaned them. Now I did run a primer pocket cleaner once or twice is all.
My hardened modules for SML have never been cleaned.

If you feel the need, I understand that the sonic cleaners work well.
 

Pointers

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I really don’t think it hurts them to have a little cabon buildup in the front of the module
When I punch out the spent primer the module is clean enough under the primer and the flame channel is opened up
I’m with Encore never cleaned any of em and never had a problem
However it’s your rifle and I understand if you want to clean them up it’s all personal preference
Kind regards
“Keep em in the vitals”
 
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