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Post by ssauer2004 on 12/26/2019, 6:16 am

When I purchased a Walther GSP Expert from Earl, he was very specific in telling me not to clean the barrel with a metallic bore brush.  I purchased a nylon brush and always used that for cleaning.  I recently purchased a Pardini SP22 and used the same brush.  I would love to run a Bore Snake through it.  What does everyone here use to clean their Pardini barrels?  I believe a couple videos from Pardini USA show them using a metallic brush.

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Post by James Hensler on 12/26/2019, 7:48 am

I use a brass one
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Post by JKR on 12/26/2019, 8:05 am

Do not fear the bronze brush. Don’t change direction inside the barrel.
Lones Wigger brushed his rifle barrels.

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Post by Wobbley on 12/26/2019, 10:43 am

JKR wrote:Do not fear the bronze brush. Don’t change direction inside the barrel.
Lones Wigger brushed his rifle barrels.
And he did it more often than a typical pistol shooter cleans his 22s.
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Post by CrankyThunder on 12/26/2019, 5:24 pm

Dear ssauer:

I have shot my pardini extensively since I purchased it in 2013.  

I clean my pardini with either ezzox or gunzilla, using patches and a patchworm almost exclusively.   With the number of rounds I have through my pardini (probably close to or more then 100,000), I keep a eye on the chamber and only use a nylon brush when it looks like I got a carbon ring forming.  If it is stubborn I use a brass brush but really have not had the reason to use brass very often.  I think that the ezzox coats the steel such that the crud gets cleaned out easily.  Only a couple of ezzox patches are required to get the barrel clean after hundreds of rounds and it is so easy to see how clean it is by holding it up to the light. 

Another thing is that the rifling is so shallow in the pardini that I like the fact that I can clean it with patches most of the time.  

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Post by James Hensler on 12/26/2019, 7:39 pm

Use the brushes Pardini sends in the kit
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Post by Guest on 12/27/2019, 7:01 pm

I use a 22 bore snake that has no brushes embedded.  It is orange and black and have no idea where I got it.

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