Bore Tech Cu+2 Copper Remover – 4oz
In the first step, the Cu+2 Copper Remover rapidly oxidizes and breaks down copper fouling by reconfiguring its electronic state. Once the copper fouling is oxidized in step one, a specially enhanced binding agent within the Cu+2 Copper Remover’s formulation acts like a magnet capturing the copper and rendering it unable to redeposit in the firearms bore. This exclusive technology allows for the complete extraction of copper fouling at full strength without becoming saturated and losing effectiveness.
The Bore Tech Cu+2 Copper Remover is 100% ammonia free and barrel safe. It will not etch or harm barrel steels and can be safely left to soak in the bore for an infinite period of time. In addition, the Cu+2 Copper Remover also contains a short term rust preventative, which shields and conditions the firearm’s bore after cleaning. Just dampen your last patch with Cu+2 Copper Remover and your bore will be protected against rust and corrosion for up to 2 weeks.
- 100% Barrel safe
- Odour free
- 100% Biodegradable
- Contains no ammonia
- Short term rust preventative
|Bottle Type||Treated HDPE Plastic|
|Cap Type||Twist Open/Close Dispensing Cap With Foam Gasket Seal|
- Unload firearm.
- Wet 3 to 4 bore tech x count patches with cu+2 copper remover and individually push through bore to remove loose fouling. Only push patches through the bore in one direction.
- Next, make 10 to 15 passes with a tight-fitting bore tech proof-positive nylon brush saturated with cu+2 copper remover.
- Then repeat step 1 and let cu+2 copper remover soak for 3 to 5 minutes. For badly fouled rifles, extended soak times may be needed.
- Finally, push dry patches through the bore until they come out clean.
- Repeat the above steps if necessary.
- Before storing the firearm, dampen a patch with cu+2 copper remover and push through the bore. This will protect against rust/corrosion for up to 2 weeks under normal storage conditions.
- For extended storage or in adverse conditions apply bore tech friction guard XP gun oil.
- Before using the firearm, always run a dry patch through the bore. This will remove any residue and ensure against obstructions.