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A cleaning rod is a firearm maintenance tool that can be used to clean the inside (bore) of a gun's barrel, and is made in different sizes for use on different barrel lengths, calibers and gauges. It is a sturdy, long, thin, straight rod typically made of metal, rigid plastic or carbon fiber, and usually has a handle at one end for gripping and threadings at the other end for attaching cleaning accessories. It is used to push brushes, mops and cotton patches through the bore to deliver solvents and scrub away foulings, or to physically remove any obstructing objects such as a squib load.
Commonly, a breech-end extension tube, known as a bore guide or rod guide, is also used in conjunction with the cleaning rod to prevent cleaning solvent from spilling out into the receiver, and to keep the rod supported and centered inside the bore in order to minimize potential damage to riflings. Similarly, a muzzle guide or muzzle guard might be used if the cleaning rod is to be inserted from the muzzle end of the firearm in order to protect the crown of the muzzle from mechanical damage.
A cleaning cord, also known as a "bore snake", is an alternative gun care tool to a cleaning rod. A bore snake is a flexible fabric cord with a tapered thin end that has a weight attached to it, in order to help the initial feeding of the cord through the breech end of the barrel. When the thin end has been fed throughout the other end, the rest of the cord is then dragged towards the muzzle, scrubbing the bore along the way. A bore snake often has one or more integrated brushes to help clear away more stubborn contaminants, and may also be used to apply lubricants.
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For sale are 100 Xtreme plated 9mm bullets. Buyer can choose from 115gr or 147gr bullets. Also included is 100 small pistol primers and 100 fired but clean 9mm cases. Asking $30 cash. FTF in...
Clean 30.30 brass, $10 for 100 pieces, plus 5 extra in case of any defects. Eleven Nine TWO bags left.
Prefer to meet mask to mask at Cabelas just off I-5 at the Tualatin exit or at REI Bridgeport or Dicks on Boone’s Ferry.
Quickest response for questions or meeting place/time is by text at...
Fully Processed and RollSized 9mm
-Full length sized
-Swaged to ensure smooth fitting and retention of all primers
-Wet tumbled to remove burrs and clean primer pockets
-Checked in a Wilson case/head space gauge for quality control
1k - $45
500 - $23
You would cover...
NOTE: Updating quintiles as they sell. What is currently listed is available.
100 9mm *Primed* brass all matching FC (Federal) headstamps, 100% processed. $22.95 Free shipping US-wide. (26 available)
250 9mm *Primed* brass all matching FC (Federal) headstamps, 100% processed. $49.95 Free...
My 13 year old son is trying raise money to buy a laptop or gaming headset so he's selling once fired tumbled, deprimed and the primer pockets decrimped. It is all Lake City brass. He is asking $15 per 100 cases. Several batches available.