Bore Tech’s CENTERFIRE, BOLT ACTION BORE GUIDES precisely
align cleaning rods with the bore & prevent damage to your firearm &
cleaning rod. The solvent resistant, molded rubber nosecones provide a superior
seal and prevent cleaners from leaking into the chamber and action. Featuring
high quality, CNC machined components the color coded guides fit most bolt
action rifles from .17 to .416 calibers.
Please note bolt diameter and rod length requirements in the
Specification Tab to ensure proper fitment.
Bore Tech’s CENTERFIRE, BOLT ACTION BORE GUIDES precisely
align cleaning rods with the rifle bore and prevent damage to both the firearm
and cleaning rod making it a necessary tool for proper cleaning and protection
of your rifles.
Color coded for easy caliber identification Bore Tech’s Bore
Guides fit most popular centerfire, Remington 700 style, bolt action rifles
ranging from .17 to .416 calibers.
Bore Tech’s Bore Guides feature high precision CNC machined
and anodized components providing a lifetime of use. The color coded solvent
ports feature widened openings for easy solvent application and a tapered rear
access for easy jag/brush alignment.
Additionally, the replaceable and solvent resistant molded
rubber nosecones are soft enough to provide a superior, long lasting seal and
completely prevent cleaners from leaking into the chamber and action areas.
Designed to fit both short and long actions, these guides
feature an adjustable bolt collar that firmly locks in place via the threaded
brass locking handle.
While these are a great fit to work as a Remington 700 bore
guide, if you don’t see a Bore Guide that will fit your specific rifle, please
contact Customer Service to inquire about our custom order Bore Guides.
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Bolt Diameter Requirements:
The included bolt collar will fit most popular centerfire
actions with a 0.695”-0.700” bolt diameter. Most Remington, Winchester, Ruger,
Browning, and Savage rifles have 0.695”-0.700” bolt diameters.
Rod Length Requirements:
Bore Tech Cneterfire Bore Guides will add approximately 13.5
inches to the length of the barrel When Cleaning. Make Sure Your Cleaning Rod
Is Long Enough To Accommodate.
Bore Guide Use Instructions For Centerfire, Bolt Action
Remove bolt as per manufacturer’s instructions.
Loosen the brass bolt collar handle and slide the rubber
nosecone (front end) of the Bore Guide through the receiver until seated in the
*Lightly push on the Bore Guide to seat rubber nosecone in
Slide the bolt collar forward until the brass handle is
aligned with the bolt handle recess. Rotate the brass handle downward into the
bolt handle recess and tighten against the Bore Guide tube. At this point, the
guide should not move forward or backwards.
NOTE: On rifles without a bolt handle recess, it may be
necessary to remove the brass locking handle and slide the bolt collar forward
until the threaded locking handle hole is visible in the ejection port.
Reinsert the brass locking handle and tighten against Bore Guide tube to
properly lock Bore Guide into action.
Position a dry patch of the proper size on a jag and insert
the rod/jag into the rear opening of the bore guide until visible in the
Apply cleaner or oil to the patch and push through the bore.
The solvent port may also be used to apply cleaner to
To remove the Bore Guide from the action, loosen and rotate
brass handle up and out of the bolt handle recess. Then pull Bore Guide and
bolt collar back away from the chamber and out of the action.
NOTE: For Actions with exposed bolt releases (e.g.
Winchester Model 54) loosen the brass handle and leave the bolt collar in
position. (The bolt collar depresses the bolt release keeping it from catching
on the lip of the rubber nose cone.) While keeping the bolt collar stationary,
pull the Bore Guide backwards until rubber nosecone butts up against bolt
collar. Then pull both the bolt collar and Bore Guide out together as one
Q: Will these bore guides work on rimfire rifles?
A: No, these guides only fit centerfire, bolt action rifles
with 0.695” bolt diameters. Please see our Rimfire Bore Guides for this
Q: Why doesn’t the collar on my Bore Guide fit into my rifle
A: Manufactures use many different bolt diameters. While
most manufactures use a 0.695” bolt diameter, some actions can have smaller or
larger bolt diameters. Please measure your bolt diameter to the nearest 0.001”
and contact Customer Service to order the correct diameter collar for your
Q: Do you offer different diameter bolt collar for your Bore
A: Yes, please measure your bolt diameter to the nearest
0.001”and contact Customer Service to order the correct diameter collar for
Q: What length rod do I need to use with this bore guide?
A: Please see our Knowledge Center for assistance in
determining the proper rod length for your application.
Q: How long are the bore guides?
A: The Bore Guides are approximately 14 inches in length
Q: Why does the rubber nosecone get stuck in the action when
I try to remove it?
A: Chances are your rifle has an exposed bolt release (e.g.
Winchester Model 54) that is catching the lip of the nosecone. For Actions with
exposed bolt releases loosen the brass handle while leaving the bolt collar
stationary in action. (The bolt collar depresses the bolt release keeping it
from catching on the lip of the rubber nosecone.) Pull Bore Guide back away
from the chamber until rubber nosecone butts up against bolt collar. Then pull
both the bolt collar and Bore Guide out together as one assembly.
Q: Do you offer replacement nosecones?
A: Yes, replacements are available for sale on our website.
Q: What glue do you use to adhere the nosecones?
A: You can use any readily available cyanoacrylate –