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Nose Cones

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Nose Cones

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Replacement Rubber Nose Cones for the Bolt Action Centerfire Patch Guides and Bolt Action Centerfire Bore Guides are availible in 3 packs.

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Replacement Rubber Nose Cones for the Bolt Action Centerfire Patch Guides and Bolt Action Centerfire Bore Guides are availible in 3 packs. These molded rubber nosecones provide a superior seal and prevent cleaners from leaking into the chamber and action.

Each Nose Cones is designed to fit its corresponding Patch Guide or Bore Guide. The color of your Guide indicates the size Nose Cone needed.

Guide Color Caliber Range
Gold .17 - .25 Cal
Red .25 - .308 Cal
Green 8mm - .416 Cal

 

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MOLDED RUBBER NOSE CONES

Sizes:

Guide Color Caliber Range
Gold .17 - .25 Cal
Red .25 - .308 Cal
Green 8mm - .416 Cal

Material: Nitrile Rubber  

Molded Rubber Nose Cone Replacement Instructions

1) Gently Twist and Pull the old nose cone from the end of the Guide with a pair of pliers. Do not grab the aluminum tube with pliers.

2) Clean the old adhesive off the knurled portion of the tube with a wire brush and acetone.   

3) Apply Super Glue to the knurled portion of the tube and push/twist the nose onto the end of the Guide. Be sure to rotate the nose cone as it is pushed onto the Guide as this will evenly distribute the Super Glue. Push the nose cone onto the Guide until it completely covers the knurled section.

4) Let the nose cone glue set/cure for one day before use. 

Q: Will these nose cones work on rimfire rifles?

A: No, these nose cones only fit centerfire, bolt action patch guides and bore guides. 

Q: Why does the rubber nosecone get stuck in the action when I try to remove it?

A: Chances are your rifle has an exposed bolt release (e.g. Winchester Model 54) that is catching the lip of the nosecone. For Actions with exposed bolt releases loosen the brass handle while leaving the bolt collar stationary in action. (The bolt collar depresses the bolt release keeping it from catching on the lip of the rubber nosecone.) Pull Bore Guide back away from the chamber until rubber nosecone butts up against bolt collar. Then pull both the bolt collar and Bore Guide out together as one assembly.

Q: What glue do you use to adhere the nosecones?

A: You can use any readily available cyanoacrylate – “Superglue”.

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Great Product 4 of 5 stars

These are great! They seal up the bore and are very soft. Would have given them 5 stars but they do come off from time to time and can be difficult to get out of the chamber unless you have a O ring hook.

By: RICK LAW Wyoming, US July 02,2019