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Remington bore squeeg-e

Post by corey on Mon Dec 03, 2012 11:55 am

just saw an ad for this. just wonder how it would work on a muzzleloader

http://www.squeeg-e.com/#benefits
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Post by corey on Mon Dec 03, 2012 12:38 pm

I ordered the snake, and two tips.
the 50cal/410 (does not sound right to me always cleaned my 45cal with 410 tips) and the 20ga/28ga (thought 50cal muzzleloaders where closer to that)
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Post by corey on Sat Dec 08, 2012 3:34 pm

all the components are in,

the 20ga/28ga tip is as big as the outside of the barrel.
the 50cal/410 slips right in with little contact on my white.
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I think i have a gun up for some detail cleaning. see how it works
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Post by Reinz on Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:56 pm

It sure looks like a great concept.
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Post by corey on Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:40 pm

have not had the chance to test them yet. should monday if it does not rain.
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Re: Remington bore squeeg-e

Post by corey on Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:09 pm

it is a great idea, pulling a piece of rubber down the bore to get all the crud you broke up with a brush, but there is one major flaw. the 50cal/410 sqeeg-e is too small for even cva bores. on my cva wolf, it touched the lands fine, it did not even make contact with the grooves. on my white muzzleloader with a .504 bore, I think it only hit one side of the bore and did not make full contact then. I do not know why remington just did not do just a 50cal muzzleloader. i did do a measurement of it, but I thought I squeezed too much when I did.

I don't own a TC inline or a Traditions inline so I don't know if the Remington squeeg-e will be any better in them.

Idea: great
in practice: fair since you can't make full contact with the barrel to use it how it is should be.
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Post by pilsbury38 on Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:50 pm

So are saying it would work good on a smooth bore shotgun?
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Re: Remington bore squeeg-e

Post by corey on Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:59 pm

can give it a shot. I have the 20/28 ga version used in the plunger opening of my white, did a good job, would still run a patch or two. I was mainly testing it on muzzleloaders. I picked these up on amazon, think the complete cleaning kits are like $60
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