Can I do it this way, without damaging something?
About a year ago my old Mossberg started having extraction problems. Took it to the local smith who cleaned out the chamber with a special tool. He said that it had a bunch of built up plastic and the like in there.
Solved the problem.
Over the last few months I've fired LOTS of CHEAP shells through it without a hitch. That is until today. Had one stick at the range.
Looks like those CHEAP shells have made a mess in there again. They are dirty to shoot.........
So what I want to know is if I can just take a bit of emery cloth or corse steel wool and scrub out the chamber? Will I damage anything, or will I make things worse.
The wire brush I use for the barrel does not fit the chamber tight enough to do any good.........
I'll wait for instructions before attacking it.