Title basically says it. I was the keeper of my Grandfather's Winchester 71, as such I oiled it and kept it safe, but didn't really shoot it. But my mother bought out my uncle so she could gift it to me free and clear and so I've actually shot a whole box of ammo and would like to get it good and clean. For now I've sprayed it down with CLP and run a boresnake through it, which at least cleans the bulk of the barrel, but I don't feel it will really clean the chamber. My other rifles (bolt or AR) I would just remove the bolt and take a brush to the chamber... so what do you lever guys do? When I look up Winchester manuals they just talk about using a cleaning rod from the muzzle end, obviously that won't doba thorough job on the chamber.