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Butch's Black Powder Bore Shine - Bore Cleaning Solvent
$10.50

Butch's Black Powder Bore Shine - Bore Cleaning Solvent


A true all in one black powder solvent
Makes every muzzleloader benchrest clean

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Original price $10.50 - Original price $10.50
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$10.50
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SKU 02949

Description


Butch's Black Powder Bore Shine is a special formula that was developed at the request of blackpowder shooters. This bore shine works just as well as the original, but is designed specifically for blackpowder applications. It removes powder and lead fouling quickly and easily, making quick work of bore cleaning. 

Technical Information

  • This special formula dissolves fouling residue and neutralizes the corrosive acids produced by black powder.
  • Safe in all metals, factory bluing, stainless, nickel, aluminum, polymer frames, rubber and most plastics.
  • Odorless
  • Non-toxic
  • Non-flammable
  • Biodegradable

 

Specifications

Solvent Type
BORE SOLVENT
Quantity
8 OZ. BOTTLE
Bottle
SQUEEZE BOTTLE

Features

Customer Reviews

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Matthew H.
Where has this been?

Absolutly fan5astic! Residue literally wipes away. No more scrubbing and scraping the breach plug after a day of shooting. It literally wipes away!

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Flintstone
Easy to use, does the job

The downside for me of using water and dish soap to clean BP are the necessary steps of avoiding flash rusting and displacing the water. After I used all of my ancient Hoppe's BP cleaner, which worked great but smelled awful, I took a chance on Butch's. No odor and it works great. Clean the bore with this on a nylon bristle brush then patches, run dry patches, then oil = done. Good stuff!

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Slomo
Must have

This is a necessity for my 54 cal. Muzzle Loader. I am shooting a very long barrel gun made about 1880. It is prone to carbon build up shooting 80 grains of fffg. This solvent cleans the gun like no other. I use it exclusively.

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Ray W.
Bore Shine

Used on a 1863 Sharps after each black powder firing...I do get a clean bore. Easy flow from the can...maybe a little too freely, if anything. Recommended to me by a muzzle-loader re-enactment friend.