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Shotgun Barrel Cleaning Cradle?
Unread 10-04-2020, 11:42 AM   #1
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Anything like this available?
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Mr. McKee:
In association with Kirk Merrington, we once offered a fixture like this. If such is what you are thinking of:
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FWIW , if I really need to scrub the bore I put two pieces of wood inside the jaws of my bench vice and tighten it up on the barrels and then scrub away .
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Yes something like that, unfortunately no long made?
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No. Not available generally any longer. But I might have enough bits to put ONE together. Maybe. But it would be $200 delivered IF I have the bits...
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I use one of these, but it looks like some models might be backordered.

https://www.berrysmfg.com/category/v...rsacradle-main
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I use a vise similar to this. It has rubber attached to the wood jaws. Jaws swivel and allow a stable platform on unsymmetrical items as well. Align the SxS barrels as an O/U. Very slick. Other companies sell the same. Just look for the wood jaws with rubber.

https://www.garrettwade.com/exceptio...iABEgI8lPD_BwE
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I guess I'm old fashioned.
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I bought this homemade one at a gun show about 10 years ago. Works great.
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I use a vise similar to this. It has rubber attached to the wood jaws. Jaws swivel and allow a stable platform on unsymmetrical items as well. Align the SxS barrels as an O/U. Very slick. Other companies sell the same. Just look for the wood jaws with rubber.

https://www.garrettwade.com/exceptio...iABEgI8lPD_BwE
Same vise. Quite a bit less expensive https://www.infinitytools.com/carver-s-vise
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