Real Avid Bore Max

Preview: Real Avid Bore-Max Speed Clean System

Real Avid introduces a new set of bore brushes, jags and jag patches, aimed at simplifying the process of cleaning out barrels with fewer passes needed.

Gun Cleaning For People Who Hate It

Many shooters despise gun cleaning, but if you do it right, with the best tools, time can be saved for more enjoyable shooting and training activities.

Rifleman Q&A: Keeping Blackpowder Guns Rust-Free

An American Rifleman subscriber writes the editors asking how best to combat the acidic nature of blackpowder to prevent corrosion and rust. The simple answer may shock you. 

Exploded View: Springfield M1A Rifle

Since its acceptance for use in the service rifle class of competition by both the DCM and the NRA in 1974, the .308-Win.-cal. M1A and, to a lesser degree, other such M14 clones have risen from obscurity to ubiquity in the hands and minds of shooters ranging from Vietnam vets to ranchers to highpower rifle competitors.

Preview: Hoppe's Ready Roll Gun Cleaning Kit

Hoppe's Ready Roll gun-cleaning kit makes it easy to convert a 5-gallon bucket into a dedicated cleaning tub.

Downtime Cleaning: A Great Chance to Care for Your Guns

While the continued effects of the pandemic and ammunition shortage are limiting range time, care and effort should still be put towards maintaining your firearms.

CCW Gun Maintenance: 7 Must-Know Tips

Maintaining your self-defense gun is a critical part of your self-defense plan. Here are a few tips to keep your CCW pistol looking and running right.

New Gun Owner Guide: Basics of Cleaning, Shooting & Storage

Now that you've bought your new firearm, what's next? Here are the basics of using, cleaning and storing your first gun.

Otis Expands Ripcord Offerings, Introduces Shooter’s Choice Universal Cleaning Kit

Otis Technology expanded its collection of cleaning kits and tools for gun owners in 2020. Here's the latest gear you'll need to keep your guns maintained.

Dealing With Fouling: Getting Out What You Put In

So, you have a rifle that simply isn’t accurate anymore. What do you do? The answer may lie in cleaning the barrel like you’ve never cleaned it before.

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