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Firearm cleaning system procedure

Firearm Cleaning Instructions See Fig. 1 & Fig. 2



Step 1. Clearing the bore of any potential obstruction: mud, snow or dirt - With the firearm unloaded & the action open, connect a correct size jag tip to the cleaning cable. Insert jag tip followed by the cleaning cable into the action & push forward FROM the action through the bore toward the muzzle. Pull the emerged jag tip & cleaning cable completely through the bore. Always follow the direction of a fired bullet/shot. Remove the barrel if necessary.



Step 2. Cleaning the action & bore with a patch & G96 CLP. Thread a correct size patch loop tip to the opposite end of the cleaning cable & attach a patch. Apply a few drops of G96 CLP onto the patch. Push the cleaning cable, jag tip first, through the action & bore until it emerges from the muzzle. Pull the patch completely through the bore, following the direction of a fired bullet/shot, cleaning the entire chamber & bore. Remove & discard the patch. Repeat step 2.



Step 3. Cleaning with a bore brush - Remove & replace the jag tip with a correct size bore brush. Thread the cleaning cable through the action & bore until it emerges from the muzzle. Then pull the brush completely through, following the direction of a fired bullet/shot. Repeat step 3. Remove brush & repeat Step 2 once.



Step 4. Lubricating the firearm - Apply a few drops of G96 CLP to the firearms action, slide rails, trigger assembly & all moving metal surfaces. Wipe with a clean patch. Reapply a few drops of G96 CLP & wipe the entire firearm clean.



Maintaining a firearm with a bore swab. Note: The bore swab is intended to be used dry. Pass a bore swab through the action, chamber & bore, to insure the removal of any dust or dirt particles.

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