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Old 06-23-2015, 04:07 PM
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I also use the Pro Shot .20 cal and am very pleased with it. Keep in mind that you will also need a thread adapter for it if you go that route.
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Old 06-23-2015, 08:54 PM
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I also use the Pro Shot .20 cal and am very pleased with it. Keep in mind that you will also need a thread adapter for it if you go that route.
I had wondered about the adapters . What bore guide are you using ? I want to go with the Pro Shot .20 cal rod .
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Old 06-23-2015, 09:26 PM
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I had wondered about the adapters . What bore guide are you using ? I want to go with the Pro Shot .20 cal rod .
The best deal I found was through bullets.com (grizzly) Ordered some Norma and the shipping there was a flat 10.00 anyway. So the bottom line for the adapters was 3 bucks.

http://www.bullets.com/products/3-Pc...dapters/BE1059

Oh, All my bore guides are possum hollow and they work just fine.
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I have had good luck cleaning my BoreSnakes in my Hornady 2-liter sonic cleaner for 15 minutes using dish detergent. It's amazing what comes out...
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Old 06-24-2015, 05:31 PM
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I use a Tipton Max Force 17 caliber carbon rod with an adapter. This is my first rod. The brass tip where brushes/jags screw in broke on mine. I had to send it back for a replacement. But the sliding grip is handy.

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Old 06-24-2015, 05:34 PM
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Holy sh** thats a huge pic. I pulled it off google search and I didnt realize the size until the post. whoo!
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Holy sh** thats a huge pic. I pulled it off google search and I didnt realize the size until the post. whoo!
I thought you posted a picture of yourself and your cleaning rod and were just really proud

I have several coated Dewey rods, but agree a quality stainless rod is best. Ivy rods are highly regarded in benchrest circles.
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Guys, I'm interested to know which jag you use. Do you use the .20 cal jags or regular .22 cal? What size patches? Thanks in advance.
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i'm also looking at rods now.. but do you guys use any bore guide with your rods?
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