Learn how to clean the barrel with a snake bore tool on the Rome 22caliber Revolver in this free how-to video on proper maintenance of a Rome 22caliber Revolver.
Here we are again, about to re-swab the barrel. We look in there with the bore light and we notice there's a little bit of a hiccup in there, so we're just going to repeat that step, we're just going to drop that brass in, that brass weight, coming from the right side over the loading gate, I just use that as a kind of a template guide, it just kind of helps guide this end there. I'm going to straighten this out. I'm going to pull this to where the swab and the string first meet the barrel, then I'm going to take a couple of wraps again and I'm just going to start to pull that through. You'll get a little bit of tension with the brushes and I'm going to hold on to the frame a little bit more and we're just going to pull through. And most of the tension is going to come from when you're pulling these brass brushes through the barrel. Pull this swab all the way through. You'll hear a little pop when it comes out. So what I'm going to do is I'm just going to take that bore light and I'm going to do one quick check. Oh, yeah, looking good. I mean, the bore snake is really a revolutionary cleaning tool; it's just a one-step clean. And that's looking real good. So, basically what we're going to do next is we're going to come together with all this stuff and we're going to do a real good clean up and wipe down.
- 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