Bolt Action Rimfire Bore Guide
Bore Tech’s BOLT ACTION RIMFIRE BORE GUIDE precisely aligns cleaning rods with the bore & prevents damage to your firearm & cleaning rod. The solvent-resistant, synthetic polymer guides are custom-made specific to the rifle model/caliber and feature integrated solvent ports for easy solvent application.
Please note rod length requirements in the Specification Tab to ensure proper fitment.
Bore Tech’s RIMFIRE, BOLT ACTION BORE GUIDES precisely align cleaning rods with the rifle bore and prevent damage to both the firearm and cleaning rod, making it a necessary tool for proper cleaning and protection.
The Bore Tech Rimfire Bore Guides are CNC machined from a rugged, solvent-resistant, synthetic polymer that perfectly aligns cleaning rods with the bore and prevents cleaning rods from dragging along the ejector. This eliminates scratching of your cleaning rod and wear on the ejector. Each Bore Tech rimfire bore guide is designed to seat against the rear of the barrel/chamber and minimizes cleaners from leaking into the action. Featuring a tapered rear opening for easy jag/brush alignment and a widened solvent port for easy solvent application these guides will provide a lifetime of use.
All Rimfire Bore Guides are custom-made specific to the rifle model/action. This ensures a precise fit and avoids interference from ejectors, trigger sears, and bolt releases.
Bore Tech stocks Bore Guides to fit most popular .17 and .22 caliber Rimfire, bolt action rifles. Please contact Customer Service to inquire about custom-made Rimfire Bore Guides.
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RIMFIRE BORE GUIDE
Bore Tech Rimfire Bore Guide Length: 10.5 Inches
Bore Tech Rimfire Bore Guides will add approximately 10.5 inches to the length of the barrel when cleaning. Make sure your cleaning rod is long enough to accommodate.
Please see our convenient and easy-to-use Rod Length Guide by clicking the below or going to the Knowledge Center.
How To Determine The Correct Rod Length For Your Application
Bore Tech Rimfire Bore Guide Use Instructions
1) Remove bolt as per manufacturer’s instructions.
2) Insert Bore Guide through the receiver until seated against the base of the chamber.
3) Position a dry patch of the proper size on a jag and insert the rod/jag into the rear opening of the bore guide until visible in the solvent port.
4) Apply cleaner or oil to the patch and push through the bore.
5) The solvent port may also be used to apply cleaner to brushes.
6) To remove the Bore Guide from the action, pull the guide back away from the chamber and out of the action.
NOTE: For Rimfire actions with exposed bolt releases/sears it may be necessary to pull the trigger while attempting to remove the guide. This releases the pressure against the guide allowing it to be easily removed.
Q: Will these Bore Guides work on centerfire rifles?
A: No, these guides only fit specific rimfire, bolt action rifles. Please see our Centerfire Bore Guides for this application.
Q: What length rod do I need to use with this Bore Guide?
A: Please see our Knowledge Center for assistance in determining the proper rod length for your application.
Q: How long are the Bore Guides?
A: The Rimfire Bore Guides are approximately 10.5 inches in length.
So you may scratch your head when you place the order and say, " I'm spending how much for a piece of plastic ? " ....but after receiving this simple tool, you are likely to say, " How did I get this far without it ? " It fits the rifle and locks with the bolt keeper. It snugs up flush to the chamber, and flawlessly guides the cleaning rod. A well engineered tool that eliminates the possibility of damaging the ejector and chamber. 100% recommended to keep an accurate rifle accurate.
Purchased for a CZ 452 .22 that my proshot couldn't accommodate. The price @$29.00 + $10 & change for shipping was a little punch to the gut. BUT I have to say I'm extremely pleased with the fit, like a glove, but it should be for the cost.
I ordered one for a Ruger American Rimfire 22. It was very tight going in, binding up a bit. I did end up scraping a little plastic off while installing it several times and it now goes in snugly. I felt that the price should be a little cheaper considering it appears to be 3d printed polymer.