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Hoppe's BoreSnake Viper Bore Cleaner Rifle Length .22 to .225 Calibers AR15 / M16 24011V

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Hoppe's BoreSnake Viper takes the world's fastest gun bore cleaner and makes it even better. The BoreSnake Viper utilizes the same one-pass pull-through technology and compact storage size of the original BoreSnake with the addition of an extra cleaning brush for a total of three, providing 50% more cleaning power. The BoreSnake Viper has a cone shaped bore guide on the leading end to allow for easy insertion into your gun's bore.

The pull cord on the BoreSnake Viper is attached directly to the brushes for superior strength. The area to apply lubricant on the BoreSnake is clearly marked in bright orange.

Specifications and Features:
Rifle Length
Brass weight on he pull cord is stamped with size
The BoreSnake Viper has 50% more brush cleaning power than the BoreSnake
Cone shaped bore guide on the leading end
Nylon cord attached directly to the bronze scrubbing brush
Lubrication zone

.22 through 225 Calibers
Perfect for AR15 / M16 Rifles


Item#: 62945
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"First I thought \"I have a snake, Why do I need a viper?\". When I tried it I found it to work slightly better and smoother than the snake, the \"snake\" is now put away. It is a little smaller but works a little better."
5.0 5
"I use this to \"finish\" my cleaning only because I don't want wash out the boresnake after every use. It is the easiest, most efficient way to clean your bore. I run a soaked patch through a few times and let it sit about 5 minutes, then a few dry patches to get most of the gunk out. Last I put a few drops of oil on the boresnake and pull it through 4 times. I've tested the bore by running a solvent soaked patch through again and got no fouling."
4.0 5
"Doesn't seem that much different than the regular Bore snake. I'll pass on the Viper for my next one.I tried tugging on the brass pull and it won't come off. Seems like if they had a manufacturing problem with it, they must have fixed it."