24017VD .338, .340 Caliber Viper Rifle
The original fastest bore cleaner on the planet has a new home. Hoppe’s BoreSnake® Den™ is a compact carrying case with a built-in handle for easy storage between firearm cleanings. It conveniently fits in a range bag or backpack to protect your Boresnake brushes during transport. The lid of the Snake Den™ doubles as convenient pull handle that snaps into the clear case for storage. A one-pass solution, BoreSnake® uses an integrated bronze brush to scrub out carbon fouling, while the tail clears the barrel of loose debris with a surface area 160x larger than a standard patch.
A convenient new case for easy storage and transport
Lid acts as a pull handle
Includes The Original BoreSnake®
Patented case design
BORESNAKE DEN CASE & T-HANDLE
The original, fastest bore cleaner on the planet has a new and improved home. The BoreSnake now includes a T-handle for easier pull through of your firearm and a reusable carrying case that you can keep in your range bag or backpack to protect your BoreSnake during transport. A one-pass solution, BoreSnake uses an integrated bronze brush to scrub
out carbon fouling, while the tail clears the barrel of loose debris with a surface area 160x larger than a standard patch. The original BoreSnake is back and better than ever.
BORESNAKE DEN T-HANDLE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Be sure a firearm is unloaded before cleaning. Verify your gun bore is free of obstructions after use of this product and before firing. Use the Boresnake only on recommended calibers.
Apply Hoppe’s No. 9 Bore Cleaner to the head of the Boresnake and Hoppe’s Lubricating Oil to the tail. If you are using Boresnake CLP, apply this to both the head and the tail of the
Boresnake. Once cleaner and lubrication have been applied to the Boresnake, drop the weighted cord of the Boresnake through your bore from breach to muzzle.
Once the corded weight has been threaded through the barrel, place brass weight through the bottom of the T-handle, making sure the brass weight is secure in designated slot and the pull
the cord is strung through the notch at the bottom of the T-handle. Wrap any extra cord around the handle to shorten the length of the pull cord, ensuring the handle does not come into contact with the end of the firearm barrel.
With the firearm secure, pull on Boresnake Den T-handle to pull Boresnake through bore, ensuring you are pulling the T-handle straight away from the end of the bore to provide even cleaning of bore. Once the Boresnake is clear of the bore, unwrap the cord from handle and store Boresnake in the Den.