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Old December 7, 2011, 11:02 AM   #7
arcticap
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I use a Hoppe's Black Powder cleaning kit rod that comes in 4 sections that's long enough for most muzzle loaders.
The widely available Kleen Bore jags fit the threaded end.
I use an undersize .41 jag with thick, folded homemade patches instead of a .50 jag with thin patches so the patches don't get stuck when they're pulled out.
It also comes with an adaptor that fits Hoppe's Tynex BP brushes and other shotgun accessories.
I use a muzzle guard with the aluminum rod to protect the rifling at the crown.
And I need to use a patch worm, I attached it to a ramrod, although thread adaptors are available.

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Hoppe's Black Powder Kit
Has everything you need to clean your muzzleloader. Contains No. 9 plus solvent, lubricating oil, four Weatherguard cloths, cleaning rod with accessories and patches. For all calibers. $13.95

http://www.adirondackoutdoor.com/guncare.htm
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