Learn how to check the barrel with a light bore on the Rome 22caliber Revolver in this free how-to video on proper maintenance of a Rome 22caliber Revolver.
So I'm going to take this, take my sleeve off my bore light, and I'm just going to kind of hold that barrel up, I'm going to turn the bore light on, and I'm going to hold it at the action and I'm going to kind of look in there. And I can kind of tell that it needs to be cleaned one or two more times, we need to swab it out. We'll look around and I'm going to kind of take a mental note of the particular areas that I'm wanting to watch out for. And a typical problem area for every firearm is right here at the beginning of the barrel, that's where the combustion happens, that's where the real force happens behind the round. So, what we're going to do is, I'm going to come back and I'm going to re-swab the barrel.
- Assembling the Cylinder of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Using Light Bore to Check the Barrel of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Using Snake Bore Tool to Clean the Barrel of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Using Snake Bore Tool Inside the Barrel of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Removing the Cylinder Pin of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Introduction to the Rome 22caliber Revolver