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Cleaning Patch Direction

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    I'm mostly concerned about shoving goop into the works, making it harder to clean.

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    To avoid "pushing" the rod through the barrel, you can insert the rod from the muzzle end then attach the cleaning implement to the rod, then pull it out.

    Thats how I clean my shotguns and rifles.
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    I just bought ottis from the breach it works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaGunny View Post
    How can a patch (cloth) damage the crown?
    I can't see a patch or alum /brass rod or jag causing damage while cleaning other than minor scratches. I tend to clean my guns this way out of habit from cleaning precision target/competition guns.
    Some of this instruction may have come from military usage due to sectional steel cleaning rods.( this is just a guess however).
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