Welcome to Episode 191 of Gun Guy Radio! This is the podcast that shines a positive light on the firearms lifestyle. I’m Your host Ryan Michad and this is your weekly dose of positive firearms talk, without the politics.This week, I’m joined by Eric Feldman, the Director of Operations for BoreSmith, to discuss proper firearm cleaning techniques and what some great equipment might be to use for cleaning your firearms!
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Main Topic: Proper Cleaning Techniques with Eric from BoreSmith
Cleaning our firearms is something that 99% absolutely dread doing. It could be for any number of reasons; we could have a firearm that is difficult to disassemble, a gun that has lots of nooks and crannies for carbon fouling and other debris to build up, or we just may never be able to find the time to sit down and give our guns a thorough cleaning. Sometimes this may result in us either rushing to get the cleaning job done, or doing too much cleaning and potentially causing damage in a different way. Tonight I have Eric from BoreSmith on, and we are going to discuss some of the BoreSmith products, as well as how to properly clean your firearm without inadvertently causing damage.
Eric, what is your background?
What is BoreSmith and what do they produce?
How do some of the items of cleaning equipment that are on the market today fail to deliver?
What is the proper way to clean a handgun without damaging it inadvertently?
What’s the proper way to clean a rifle or shotgun without damaging it?
What’s the proper way to clean a rifle such as the AR-15? Does the different operating system as compared to many hunting rifles make the cleaning process any more difficult?
What are some of the most common mistakes you have seen people make when cleaning firearms?
What are some chemicals to avoid cleaning your firearms with?
What products does BoreSmith offer that makes the cleaning process less of a hassle and more efficient?
Where can people find more information about BoreSmith and related products?
Thank you so much for coming on Eric, I really appreciate it. Where can people find you again?
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