CLICK HERE TO SEE MCMILLANS BELOW RETAIL!

Topic Options
#6558460 - 06/01/12 06:13 PM Dyna Bore Coat questions
TexasPhotog Offline
Campfire Ranger

Registered: 04/09/10
Posts: 1571
For those that have used this product: once you've applied it, do you use brass brushes going forward? Nylon? Or just use solvents and patches? How many patches, on average, to clean a good barrel (one that was already not bad to clean) if you've put, say, 20 rounds through it? Thanks.
_________________________
"The trouble ain't that there is too many fools, but that lightening ain't distributed right." - Mark Twain

Top
HR 468
#6558491 - 06/01/12 06:26 PM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: TexasPhotog]
joelkdouglas Offline
Campfire Regular

Registered: 09/14/11
Posts: 1082
Loc: CONUS
TexasPh,

I have applied it to my 30-06, and I do not use brass brushes. I believe the instructions say not to use brass brushes after applying.

I use Butch's Bore Shine (because that's the bottle I have right now). 3 wet patches, maybe a nylon brush, another wet patch, 7 or 8 dry patches, and that's about all it takes. And I will add I likely run more patches than I need, trying to get one that comes out white.

I have yet to ever see a perfectly white patch after cleaning, by the way. Almost always some rifling mark on them.

I would recommend the stuff. Probably cut my cleaning time to less than 10 minutes.

v/r
Joel

Top
#6558496 - 06/01/12 06:27 PM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: TexasPhotog]
Bighorn Offline
Campfire Guide

Registered: 06/21/01
Posts: 4651
Loc: Southern Kolorado
I've now done 8 rifles- 7 centerfire and one muzzleloader.
All I now use for cleanup is a patch or two of Hoppes #9, on a cleaning jag, followed by a couple of dry patches. That's usually all that's needed.
I don't use brass brushes at all anymore. If I feel the need to really clean up a bore, Wipe Out gets the nod.
I'm trying a new experiment (new for me, anyway)- I have a brand new Ruger #1, .257 Roberts, unfired, that I have cleaned up and applied Dyna Bore Coat to. I'm going to forego the usual break in ritual I have gone thru with all my other new rifles, and see if the DBC from day one will work as well.
So far, so good- I ran 20 rounds thru the new barrel today, and cleanup was as described above- two Hoppes patches, two dry patches, and the last patch had not even a little hint of fouling on it.
_________________________
I'd rather be a free man in my grave, than living as a puppet or a slave....

Top
#6559832 - 06/02/12 09:22 AM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: Bighorn]
MoranoGrande Offline
Campfire Regular

Registered: 03/10/04
Posts: 593
Loc: South Texas
Where are you ordering your Dyna Bore Coat from? or are you purchasing it local?

Thanks

Top
#6559939 - 06/02/12 10:02 AM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: MoranoGrande]
WoodsyAl Offline
Campfire Regular

Registered: 02/11/06
Posts: 902
Loc: Minnesota & Mississippi
Originally Posted By: MoranoGrande
Where are you ordering your Dyna Bore Coat from? or are you purchasing it local?

Thanks


Some folks can probably get it locally. And I am pretty sure places like Midway and Brownell's have it. I got mine directly from:

http://www.dynamicfinishes.com/companies/dynatek-coatings/

Not sure where the best deal is to be had.
_________________________
Al

Spend your life wisely.

Top
#6560325 - 06/02/12 12:35 PM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: WoodsyAl]
Les7603006 Online   content
Campfire Guide

Registered: 11/22/11
Posts: 2506
Loc: MN
You can also get it from the campfire store
_________________________

America's history
2-24-2014 The state of Connecticut starts the Second American Revolution.

America's future
The wait for Martial Law begins
When they confiscate your arms, make sure the barrel is nice and warm

Top
#6561121 - 06/02/12 06:13 PM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: TexasPhotog]
4xbear Offline
Campfire Guide

Registered: 04/08/07
Posts: 3829
Loc: Occupied California
I have treated multiple rifles from 22-250 up to 35 Whelen and all I can say is I no longer need a Bronze brush. They all clean up that easy. Bear
_________________________
Bear

Life is what happens to you as you are making other plans.

NRA Endowment Member

Top
#6569077 - 06/05/12 11:16 AM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: 4xbear]
TexasPhotog Offline
Campfire Ranger

Registered: 04/09/10
Posts: 1571
Thanks, guys. I did a few rifles recently and am impressed with what a difference it makes!
_________________________
"The trouble ain't that there is too many fools, but that lightening ain't distributed right." - Mark Twain

Top
#6573676 - 06/06/12 08:08 PM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: WoodsyAl]
lastround Offline
Campfire Ranger

Registered: 08/18/11
Posts: 2160
Loc: Western Kentucky
Originally Posted By: WoodsyAl
Originally Posted By: MoranoGrande
Where are you ordering your Dyna Bore Coat from? or are you purchasing it local?

Thanks


Some folks can probably get it locally. And I am pretty sure places like Midway and Brownell's have it. I got mine directly from:

http://www.dynamicfinishes.com/companies/dynatek-coatings/


Thanks for the link. I have GOT to try some of that stuff in a hard-to-clean .223.

Not sure where the best deal is to be had.
_________________________
Doug

The man who thinks he can, and the man who thinks he can't, are both correct.

Top
#6573685 - 06/06/12 08:12 PM Re: Dyna Bore Coat questions [Re: WoodsyAl]
lastround Offline
Campfire Ranger

Registered: 08/18/11
Posts: 2160
Loc: Western Kentucky
Thanks for the link.
_________________________
Doug

The man who thinks he can, and the man who thinks he can't, are both correct.

Top


Moderator:  RickBin, SYSOP 
CLICK BANNER for HUGE SAVINGS on ZEISS at CAMERA LAND!
Support Our Sponsors 1
Who's Online
490 registered (16gauge, 2legit2quit, 284LUVR, 257heaven, 10ring1, 1lesfox, 50 invisible), 886 Guests and 356 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Support Our Sponsors 2
Forum Stats
50616 Members
72 Forums
637423 Topics
9147653 Posts

Max Online: 4366 @ 10/05/10 09:36 AM
Support Our Sponsors 3









Copyright 2000-2013 24hourcampfire.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved.