Rand Bore & Bolt Solvent

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posted on November 4, 2014
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Cleaning firearms is often the least-favorite part of shooting, and many shooters look forward to a cleaning session about as much as a trip to the dentist (apologies to our orthodontia-related readers).

Rand's Bore & Bolt Solvent is designed to help lessen the sting of this task with a solvent specifically designed to quickly clear copper fouling, significantly reduce "scent pollution" from gun cleaning and prevent oxidation. It does this while being environmentally friendly and non-abrasive, as well.

The applicator is a smart design, a spray-bottle with a familiar-design safety that locks the "trigger" to prevent unintended discharges. It's designed to spray solvent directly into actions and breeches to directly attack the crud and fouling that affect our firearms.

The solvent is designed to work best with Rand CLP cleaner and lubricant. It is safe to use on all metals, plastics and wood—no need to remove grips, stocks or fore-ends to use this product.

MSRP: $10.99 (4 ounce bottle), $18.99 (8 ounce bottle)

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