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1-year limited warranty
List Price $20.00 Save $3.01 (15%)
While air rifles and air pistols don't need to be cleaned as often as firearms, they do need to be cleaned if accuracy has deteriorated. Your Hoppe's BoreSnake can be pulled through your air rifle or air pistol just one time and usually loosen and remove any lead fouling. If your bore is really dirty, feel free to pull the BoreSnake through again -- and as many times as you need.
This essential tool is compact, lightweight and reusable. Keep it in your range box so it's always handy.
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Things I liked: Very handy and simple to use
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: Make sure to use the correct size for your rifle
Things I liked: Makes it really easy to clean the barrel. I use it with Ballistol Lube and works like a champ! No more patches for me.
Things I would have changed: This snake came with the brass bristle brush in it. Had to remove it. Make it like the .177 cal that doesn't have the brush.
What others should know: Try one, you will find it much easier than anything else on the market.
Things I liked: I like the idea, in fact my 1903 Springfield (made in 1908) came with a very similar item in the butt trap, and I've seen 1898 Mausers, SKS, and others similarly equipped, so the idea is well past the centuary mark. High marks for practicality and portability and the price is certainly reasonable. I also have one in .177 caliber that works very well, but...
Things I would have changed: But this one doesn't work very well. The brass weight is misshapen by the uneeded stamping "22" on it, too light and/or the cord too thick to drop easily through the bore, and the weight too long to effectively clear the firing chamber of many air or fire arms. This one is made by Hoppes, my one in .177 is made by Stoeger and is the better product
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Does this one have brass bristles impregnated in it, or is it all fabric?
I called pyramid air and was told no bronze brushes