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Bore Tech Eliminator

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Steve S., Apr 11, 2014.

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  1. Steve S.

    Steve S. Member

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    Fellow Shooters, just received my first bottle of Eliminator; used ammonia based products all of my 60 year life shooting experience. Anxious to see the results - "already clean" WC CQB and LB Premier ll - guys, UNBELIEVABLE!!!!! Ultra fast, ultra effective and zero smell - I am absolutely tickled. Again, UNBELIEVABLE compared to the time, effort and smell I am used too!
     
  2. Vol46

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    I agree - Eliminator is good stuff. I have used it for several years when I have a particularly dirty bore.
     
  3. Walkalong

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    Be sure to rinse it off of your jags and brushes, as it will eat them. It will continue to bring blue out after the copper is gone from the bore and it is from the jag and or brush.
     
  4. Goju

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    I've tried at least a dozen top tier bore cleaning products. Bore Tech Eliminator is my go-to and what I recommend to shooting friends when they are looking for a cleaner.
     
  5. UKWildcats

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    Been using BTE for years -- I seem to always try another cleaner (I have a few) and then follow up with BTE just to see what the other cleaners did not get.

    Great stuff with no smell.

    I switched to chrome jags and nylon brushes just so I do not get a false positive from brass jags and brushes.

    Not sure why I keep trying other cleaners on my shelves -- just a little sick I guess.

    UK
     
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  6. Laphroaig

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    My cleaning regimen starts with a couple of doses of Carbon Killer followed by BTE. It removes copper as well or better than Sweets without the ammonia. I use nylon brushes and let it soak. Great stuff.

    Laphroaig
     
  7. scottishkat

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    I have not tried a dozen but maybe 6. BTE tops them all without the nasty odors.
     
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