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Boretech Carbon Remover Bore Tech’s C4 Carbon Remover™ sets the standard for a high performance, cutting edge carbon cleaner.. Product #: Boretech Carbon Remover based on 0 reviews Regular price: $0.00 $0.00 In Stock

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Bore Tech’s C4 Carbon Remover™ sets the standard for a high performance, cutting edge carbon cleaners that immediately begins to eliminate heavy carbon fouling without the safety hazards, harmful toxicity, and offensive odors typically found in competitive cleaners. Stubborn baked-on carbon fouling in rifle throats, AR bolt-tails and shotgun gas pistons are no match for the C4 Carbon Remover.

Bore Tech’s C4 Carbon Remover™ is a cutting edge carbon cleaner that quickly and effectively removes heavy carbon fouling without the hazards, toxicity, and odors typically found in competitive cleaners.

Bore Tech C4 Carbon Remover features a highly advanced chemical formulation that begins its assault on carbon fouling by utilizing a strategic blend of chemical surfactants that quickly loosens and releases carbon deposits from the surface.

C4 Carbon Remover’s proprietary formulation utilizes a sophisticated blend of surfactants, penetrants, suspending agents and chemical action to remove stubborn carbon deposits. This enhanced formulation provides a deep clean and also effectively neutralizes and removes the corrosive residues found in surplus ammunition and black powder.

The C4 Carbon Remover is ideal for barrels, throats and chambers, AR bolt and bolt carriers, flash suppressors, compensators, revolver cylinders, gas pistons and any other place extreme carbon fouling is found.

 

 

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Shane Green shared a photo. 5 months ago

A very rare item displayed at the last Wanaka Airshow! A 100 round drum magazine for a Bren gun for anti aircraft use during WWII.

A very rare item displayed at the last Wanaka Airshow! A 100 round drum magazine for a Bren gun for anti aircraft use during WWII.
Shane Green shared a photo. 5 months ago

Here is an example of pushing the envelope! An 80gr Berger .224 projectile at 3650 fps from a 22/6mm Improved . The target was indoors at 25m and I... Show more

Here  is an example of  pushing the envelope! An 80gr Berger .224 projectile at 3650 fps from a 22/6mm Improved .  The target was indoors at 25m and I believe what the comet tail tells us is that the lead core actually melted and exited through  the  hollow point?
Josh Cavallaro Thats cool you can see the spiral from the bullet!! 5 months ago
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Vicki Cusick shared a photo. 5 months ago

Me picking up my prize for 1st in FTR at Mareeba

Me picking up my prize for 1st in FTR at Mareeba
Josh Cavallaro Thats true ! 5 months ago
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