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Did anyone run the MSDS sheet on the Bore Tech Rimfire?

https://www.shootingequipment.de/out...urity_data.pdf

Phosphoric Acid is a component in the rust converters used in auto body repair.

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Did anyone run the MSDS sheet on the Bore Tech Rimfire?

https://www.shootingequipment.de/out...urity_data.pdf

Phosphoric Acid is a component in the rust converters used in auto body repair.
Bore Tech Rimfire Blend is probably more often used with rimfire rifles. It is quite different from Bore Tech Eliminator, for which the MSDS sheet is linked above.

For Rimfire Blend, see https://swisssafety.com/media/files/...03-15-2016.pdf
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Did anyone run the MSDS sheet on the Bore Tech Rimfire?

https://www.shootingequipment.de/out...urity_data.pdf

Phosphoric Acid is a component in the rust converters used in auto body repair.
Newbie,

It's not phosphoric acid, its Aminoethylphosphonic Acid. Naturally acuring in plants.

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Lightbulb Now my curiosity is up

- having a NIB CZ 452 Silhouette in the safe, I just ordered a Teslong bore scope. I need to know what an 11 year old bore that has had 5 shots through it looks like.

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Newbie,

It's not phosphoric acid, its Aminoethylphosphonic Acid. Naturally acuring in plants.

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That is said to be a breakdown component of Roundup Herbicide, AKA, (Glyphosate) and thought to be as toxic according to this Wiki info.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aminom...hosphonic_acid
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Just to be clear - are you guys speaking of Bore Tech C4 carbon remover ? And if so, what would be the effect of usage on a stainless barrel ? Thks.
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Glad to help TRH. Now if you could please answer 1 question for the the edification of myself and the other members of the Peanut Gallery.

Have you ever used Bore Tech cleaning products on this firearm?

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Old 07-20-2020, 06:50 AM
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I have never used and bore tech product.


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Thanks TRH, I saw your upstream statement to that effect after I posted.

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Sorry your thread got hijacked by someone ranting about a completely unrelated concern.

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Look at the pH listed on the MSDS. 5.6 is acidic.
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Your barrel looks pretty normal for a 452.
If you want to get a clearer look I would suggest degreasing the interior with brake cleaner to strip off the oil. Just don't get it on the stock. A dry bore will allow you to better evaluate the surface.

Regarding Bore Tech, I have not witnessed any issues with folks using it, and don't believe I will.
One post on a primary centerfire forum, from someone who I know nothing about would not alarm me. If many, many folks were claiming issues with it, I would consider their experience level and make an informed decision.

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Look at the pH listed on the MSDS. 5.6 is acidic.
Mike,

Not sure what you're trying to point out, all Acids are acidic.

Most all bore cleaners are acidic.

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Trh9905, I have a much more powerful borescope and have seen the same thing you're seeing. In my case, and I believe yours, it was the oil I used after cleaning, beading up. Running a dry patch or two and scoping it again would tell you if this is true in your case.
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In February of this year i bought a bore scope. About the same time Rickbaun started a thread, Carbon ring cause and effect. Went through all my guns and found three that looked like they had a carbon ring starting. Bought some Bore tech C4 carbon remover and used it on the three guns. If it was the start of carbon rings the stuff worked, what ever it was it was gone. Bad news I could not remember which three guns I used it on. Spent a couple hours going through my guns with the bore scope. Good news I found no rust in any of them. After almost 6 months if they were going to rust I think they would have started to.
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Look at the pH listed on the MSDS. 5.6 is acidic.
Your morning coffee may be more acidic.

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