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Brownells Bronze Bore Brush, Rifle, .177 Cal

5.0 (8 reviews)
Brownells Bronze Bore Brush, Rifle, .177 Cal

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$7.99
  • .177 cal. rifle bore brush
  • Phosphor bronze
  • Looped & wound steel shank
  • 5-40 threads



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Item Code: BR-084-401-007 [PY-A-2354]

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Things I liked:

For stubborn spots in heavy barrels.

Things I would have changed:

None

What others should know:

Good build in the brush. Clean!

5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

Things I liked:

Have used them for years in various calibers and always find them to be as expected.

5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

Things I liked:

These Brownell's bronze bore brushes are of higher quality than some others I've used over the years. And they fit the bore nice and snug, for a more thorough cleaning. It sure pays to buy better quality equipment! Especially on my vintage Crosman collection. They help keep my newer air rifles in fine shape too!

Things I would have changed:

Not a thing!

What others should know:

I have seen no ill effects from reversing a brush out of the bore. I also spray it with a bit of Rem-Oil when initially brushing the bore before wet patching. Really loosens the black crud...even rust from the bore. I always thought it was a good thing to oil the brush when used in an air gun. Like wetting it with powder solvent on a powder burner.

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  • Chris from USA asked:

    Because of the threaded "head" it seems these are supposed to be used / connected to something - a rod? a pull string? My question: is there something else to buy to utilize these? Thanks.

    • mr_blindguy from USA asked:

      Hi is it safe to use a bronze or brush or bore snake to clean the barrel. Does it damage the rifling of the gun. Thanks!

      • Tyler Patner from USA answered:

        Yes it is safe and no, it should not do any harm to the rifling.

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