The Allen BORE-NADO rifle cleaning line is great for use in the field, at the shooting range, or to complement your home cleaning routine.
Swirl bristle technology loosens dirt and debris, and the thick, braided swab sweeps them away. The combination provides a deeper clean in a single swipe. The thin end of the cleaning cord has a weighted brass barrel guide to easily thread the cord through your gun.
Unlike other cleaning cords that use light brushes, the BORE-NADO features thick, durable copper bristles that remove dirt particles, fouling, powder and other debris that can damage your gun.
Keep the compact Borenado in the case with your gun so that you can quickly swipe it with a few drops of cleaning agent for the first time after firing. This makes subsequent thorough cleaning much easier.
| item number|| Caliber in inches|| caliber in mm|| More calibres|
| 2009670|| .22, .223, .224|| 5.56mm|| .22LR, 22-250. 220 Swift|
| 2009658|| .243, .257|| 6mm|| .25-06|
| 2009659|| .260, .264|| 6.5mm|| -|
| 2009657|| .270, .280, .284|| 7mm|| -|
| 2009671|| .30, .308, .300, .303, .307|| 7.62mm|| .30-06|
Insert the cleaning cord with the weighted brass end first into the chamber and further into the barrel - let the cord slide through the barrel until it comes out again at the barrel end (muzzle). Grab the brass piece, wrap the line around your hand once and then pull the BORE-NADO cleaning line completely out of the barrel.
Repeat this process as often as necessary until the barrel is completely free of residues. Normally 3 to 5 iterations are needed for cleaning.
Adding solvents (to remove residue in the barrel) on the line before the copper brush gives the best cleaning results.