Wipeout Bore Cleaner

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by mbigley, Oct 2, 2003.

  1. mbigley

    mbigley Well-Known Member

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  2. BountyHunter

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    Matt

    works great for overnite cleaning. Just put in bore, put patch in end to stop from dripping out and when drain out if any copper in bore will be totally blue.

    Needs minimum of about 1 hour to work, lot of guys are using it for final cleaning at home where you can give it time to work. McDonalds soda straw works great on end of nozzle to get it up in the bore.

    BH
     
  3. Boyd Heaton

    Boyd Heaton Well-Known Member

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    I spray it in my bore right after shooting my record string...Leave set for about an hour...Bingo>>>>clean barrel....Good stuff..
     
  4. GRainwater

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    If I don't clean at the range, I spray Wipeout down the barrel, put a finger cot or balloon over the muzzle, and put it in the gun case. When I get home, a patch removes a bunch of crud. It is an easy way to start the cleaning process while the barrel is still hot.
     
  5. Delta Hunter

    Delta Hunter Well-Known Member

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    For powder fouling I don't like it at all. I do like the way it works on copper, however. For powder I use my old standby Shooters Choice and a good bronze brush.