22LR / .223 / 5.56 Bore-Snake Gun Barrel Cleaner
Get the inside of your barrel clean with the Bore Snake Cleaner. It’s a flexible bore cleaning device that is designed to clean the bore of pistol and rifle barrels. Solvent safe and will not deteriorate when you apply bore cleaner to it. One piece design removes fouling with the integrated corrosive-resistant bronze brushes and wipes it away in one pull thorough the bore of the barrel. One pass loosens large particles, scrubs out the remaining residue with a bronze brush, then swabs it all spotless with a cleaning area 160X larger than a standard patch.
The pull cord is 2 ft long has a weighted brass tip to allow easy drop/locate into the Bore of the Barrel and the cord itself is Mil-Spec 550 Parachute Cord. The Bore Cleaner Webbing is 2 ft long and has 2 integrated bronze brushes with a double layered Wipe at the end that is 160 times larger than a standard cleaning patch. It's also much easier to use and store!
Bore Snake vs Cleaning Rod.....Instead of Jamming a Rod down the bore of the barrel and potentially impacting the rifling you can gently pull the Bore Snake Cleaner through the Bore without any concern of damaging your rifling. The Bore Snake also does a better job cleaning the bore and is faster than a standard cleaning rod that can potentially damage your rifling inside your barrel if used incorrectly.
Add to the longevity of your handgun or rifle by cleaning your barrel bore.
Packs easily into your gun case or pocket.
Machine washable or just use soap & water.
How to use a bore Snake on a Pistol or How to use a Bore Snake on a Rifle is generally the same...only difference is the length of the barrel. Just make sure you are using the correct Bore Snake for the Caliber Firearm your cleaning. A 22LR Pistol will us the same Bore Snake as a 22LR Rifle.
HOW TO USE A BORE SNAKE IN 7 EASY STEPS
**Method is Universal and will Apply all Firearm Types and Calibers**
Step 1 - Make sure your firearm is clear
Step 2 - Apply CLP to your Bore Snake around the Bronze Bristles.
Step 3 - Drop the Brass Weight down into the barrel and pull the direction of bullet travel
Step 4 - Pull all the way through the end of the barrel
Keep Pulling All The Way Through...
Step 5 - Repeat all steps 2-3 times.