Do's and Don'ts of Barrel CleaningDo's:
Barrel Break-In and Cleaning TechniquesThanks for purchasing a barrel from us!
For best results, of course, it is necessary to 'season' it and use proper cleaning equipment. We like the Dewey coated rods, a good bore guide, copper/bronze brushes and cotton flannel patches, the appropriate size to keep that jag and rod in the middle of the bore. You will need a good bore solvent, like KG 3, Shooters Choice or CR-10 to loosen the fouling, followed by a scrubbing with Holland's Witches Brew or KG 2. After cleaning, nullify the solvents with rubbing alcohol and patch dry. Finish with Tetra Gun Oil, KG 4 or Holland's Bbl Break-in Fluid. Never shoot a dry bore as this will greatly promote copper fouling.
Shoot one, clean, for first ten rounds; shoot three, clean, for next thirty rounds; shoot five, clean, while working up load. Allow bbl to cool to the touch before testing a new load to avoid unnecessary throat erosion.
It is our desire that your new barrel brings many hours of shooting enjoyment!
Cleaning products can be purchased by contacting:
KG Industries: www.kgcoatings.com
J. Dewey Manufacturing Co.: www.deweyrods.com
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