It’s not just a brush it’s a Bore Tech Benchmark Brush! Bore
Tech’s Benchmark Phosphor Bronze Bore Brushes are
known for being the finest in the industry and set the benchmark for all other
phosphor bronze brushes. With twice the amount of oversized bristles, double
wound cores with looped ends and barrel safe studs these brushes provide
long-lasting, safe and effective scrubbing action.
Bore Tech’s Benchmark Phosphor Bronze Bore Brushes are
known as being the finest in the industry and set the standard for all other
phosphor bronze brushes. This is due to the superior construction and
engineered features incorporated into each and every brush.
Our premium Benchmark Bronze Brushes have twice the amount
of phosphorous bronze bristles and each caliber has specifically tailored
bristle diameters resulting in double the scrubbing action and faster cleaning.
Each 100% barrel safe, double wound bore brush core has a
looped end eliminating the sharp cut ends found on many other low quality
brushes. This attention to detail along with aircraft grade aluminum studs are
all necessary to produce an effective, long lasting, high quality phosphor
bronze bore brush for your rifle.
The .17 and .20 caliber rifle brushes are shortened 1 inch
in length to lessen the necessary force required to push a brush through the
bore. This helps diminish cleaning rod flex that can result in cleaning rod and
Bore Tech’s Benchmark Phosphor Bronze Rifle Bore Brushes are
available in Single Packs and Three Packs ranging from .17 to .50 caliber.
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Benchmark Phosphor Bronze Rifle Bore Brushes
& .20 Cal
Cal - .50 Cal
End, Double Wound Alloy
End, Double Wound Alloy
Benchmark Phosphor Bronze Bore Brushes Use Instructions
1. Screw brush onto Rod
2. Wet brush with cleaning solvent
3. Make 6-12 passes down length of barrel
NOTE: For bronze brushes you must push the brush down the complete length of
the barrel, and exit the muzzle PRIOR to reversing and pulling the brush back
4. Reapply cleaning solvent and continue to brush as
5. When finished, clean brushes before storage.
Q: What do I clean my brushes with after use?
A: When using Bore Tech Cleaners, simply use warm water. We
recommend rubbing the brushes between your palms while warm tap water flows
Q: Why do my patches always turn blue when using your
brushes with Eliminator Bore Cleaner?
A: Eliminator or any other cleaner that is designed to remove
copper fouling will attack all bronze brushes and remove the copper within the
bristles. To avoid this false indication of copper fouling in the bore, we
recommend using our Proof-Positive Nylon Brushes with all copper removing
Q: Do I have to unscrew my brushes before pulling my rod
back through the bore to prevent damage to the crown?
A: We have been cleaning barrels since 1997 and have never
had a crown compromised or accuracy affected by pulling a brush back through
the bore. With our properly designed brushes and when used in a proper manner
our brushes are 100% barrel safe. All of our barrels have been “shot out” well
before a brush could have caused any damage.
Q: Will the core of the brush harm my barrel?
A: With our properly designed brushes and when used in a
proper manner our brushes are 100% barrel safe.
Q: What thread sizes are your brushes and are they male
or female ended?
A: All Bore Tech brushes are male ended and have the thread
pitch listed under the Specifications Tab on the respective product page.