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    Junior Member Rhino's Avatar
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    What are some of your favorite bore solvents? I'm not satisfied with tetra gun and am wondering what you guys use

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    Shooters Choice for lead, Hoppes for cleaning, and CLP for final clean and lube.

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    Here's what I currently have...

    Hoppe's No. 9 Solvent

    Hoppe's Lubricating Oil

    Break-Free CLP

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    Wink

    As far as clp goes check out this
    https://www.logsa.army.mil/psmag/arc.../654-16-17.pdf
    All you army guys out there will love this.

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    Bore solvent? Hoppes #9

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    Hoppe's #9 and Break-Free CLP.

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    I went to bass pro and picked up a cheap handgun cleaning kit made by outers. It comes with a solvent, oil, patches, rod and brush for something like $9.99. I find that this kit and a can of gunscrubber do the job pretty well.

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    hoppe's #9 +CLP

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    Usually Hoppe's #9 and CLP, but I occasionally use Sweets 7.62 if I've fired a LOT of rounds that day.

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    Really cheap cleaning solvent

    This is gonna sound crazy, but have been using this for the past 20 years with complete satisfaction: "simple green"
    1. Pour some undiluted simple green in a container.
    2. Dip the bore brush in the simple green & brush the bore.
    3. Dry bore with some clean patches.
    4. Blow bore dry with compressed air.
    5. Visually inspect bore.
    6. Repeat brushing this time with a bore brush & flitz metal polish squished in the bristles. Brush bore & clean up with clean patches until the patches stop coming out black.

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    Flitz Metal Polish, Iosso Bore Cleaner, Ballistol, Lucas Gun Oil, and Wal-Mart Mineral Oil. Once in a great while I'll use a little Sweet's 7.62 Solution. On all, but 22 caliber, handguns I don't use a jag or slotted tip; instead I wrap the patches around the brush.

    I never use Tetra. I've had problems with it in the past, especially on or near wood. I have nice clean guns - The bores actually shine! (Until I coat them with Sentry Solutions, 'Smooth-Kote'.)

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    Hoppes #9 and CLP.

    Anybody with any experience using Montana X-treme products?

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    hoppes 9 benchrest copper solvent

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