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Posted: 11/15/2003 4:13:46 PM EST
Hello,
This is the second,and final, poll I am conducting for my research project.
Please select which type of implement you use for cleaning the bore of your ar-15.

Thanks a lot,
Fidel
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 7:17:49 PM EST
Otis kit
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 7:45:07 PM EST
USGI sectional cleaning rod.
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 7:48:51 PM EST
Just a bore snake with a little solvent, keeps em' nice and clean.
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 7:56:14 PM EST
Hope you get a good grade on your report.

Good luck!
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 7:58:31 PM EST
One piece and bore guide.

Link Posted: 11/15/2003 8:04:07 PM EST
hoppes .22 cleaning kit.
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 8:04:08 PM EST
Sometimes I use a Boresnake, sometimes a one piece rod with a bore guide. Depends on which rifle and where I am when I'm cleaning it.
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 8:07:04 PM EST
I use an M16 kit with an included adapter for all my brushes (of all calibers).
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 8:12:46 PM EST
rod with powder solvent patch, then boresnake as the last thing to wipe it all out
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 8:14:53 PM EST
Otis.
Link Posted: 11/16/2003 1:24:12 PM EST
BTT - For Sunday Crew

Thanks a lot for responding to my poll!

Fidel
Link Posted: 11/16/2003 1:28:26 PM EST
[Last Edit: 11/16/2003 1:29:28 PM EST by Minuteman419]
Bore guide and coated rod.

Steel rods are bad ju-ju FWIW.

Danny
Link Posted: 11/16/2003 1:32:12 PM EST
Otis kit. I think the best system made.
Link Posted: 11/16/2003 1:34:20 PM EST
at the range or in the field..... otis

detail cleaning at home one piece rod.

mike
Link Posted: 11/17/2003 8:19:18 AM EST
Otis

or Dewey with guide for deep cleaning
Link Posted: 11/17/2003 8:21:46 AM EST
Brass rod! A chrome bore doesn't need that much cleaning. Concentrate on your carrier, bolt, and barrel extention.
Link Posted: 11/17/2003 10:30:53 AM EST
Coated steel one piece.

We had to rod our rifles when checking into the University range. Hearing that chunk-chunk-chunk as the sections joints went over the muzzle crown still makes me cringe.

The harder the better - no brass or aluminum for me. Don't want to imbed grit into the rod. They made laps out of soft materials like brass for a good reason.
Link Posted: 11/17/2003 10:51:33 AM EST
Dewey's rods. Nothing but.
Link Posted: 11/17/2003 10:55:35 AM EST


Rod
Link Posted: 11/17/2003 11:24:22 AM EST
What OP said!!! I use a coated dewey rod,bore guide, and a host of other goodies from Georgia P.....
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