BORE TECH PROOF POSITIVE PATCH LOOP .22-27 CAL

BORE TECH PROOF POSITIVE PATCH LOOP .22-27 CAL
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MPN:BTAL-300-00
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.22cal - .27cal Patch Loop

Bore Tech’s innovative Proof-Positive Patch Loops eliminate the annoying false indication of copper fouling that is common with all traditional brass loops when using copper removing cleaners. 

All Proof-Positive Patch Loops feature a proprietary alloy and secondary treatment process, making them 100% brass free and 100% barrel safe. This alloy is as soft as brass but boasts an exceptional tensile strength to prevent bending and snapping under the force of a tight patch.

Traditional brass patch loops are over 60% copper in their composition. When using effective copper removing cleaners this results in a blue copper fouling color on your patches when no copper is present in the bore. By eliminating brass accessories, shooters can effectively determine when a rifle bore is truly copper free and reduce wasted patches, chemical and time.

The Proof-Positive Patch Loops are precision machined to strict tolerances in order to work flawlessly and provide the proper amount of pressure on the barrel surface. The perfectly engineered dimensions prevent patches from bunching and jamming when used with the properly sized Bore Tech X-Count patches.

Each Proof-Positive Patch Loop provides a completely smooth, edge free transition between the loop and rod when used with our Proof-Positive Bore Stix cleaning rods or Action Cleaning Tool Kits.

WARNING

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Bore tech proof positive

By Tom M. on Feb 15, 2023
Loop is perfect for wetting the bore with solvent for a long soak. Jag works better to remove crud after soaking. The alloy is better than brass because it does not react with the copper solvents.
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