The Crown Saver cleaning system!

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    Tominco
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    I really like this barrel cleaning system! This is the first one in my series that's "commercially available" and I think it's one of the top two overall. 

    I would be remiss if I didn't mention SPAW weapons. This system was provided to me by SPAW to try out, see how I liked it, and make a review for all of you to see. 

    Happy Shooting!

    Tom

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    likkitysplyt
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    Yeah Tom … best part of the Crown Saver is the strength of the pull through. I have had other "pull throughs" that broke on me because I like to have a TIGHT patch so that it puts a great deal of pressure against the walls of the barrel getting into the lands and grooves to clean them out and also I like the way the patch makes a noise coming down the barrel. Everything else that I have ever used could not stand the pressure except a bore snake and eventually ended up breaking. When I am using the Crown Saver I know that I can put in excess of a hundred pounds of pressure on that line and it will not break and I've never had a patch break loose in the barrel.

     

    If you are just going to slide a loose patch through the barrel then you can play around with any ole pull through you may want …. but if you want to scrub that barrel as good as you can get it without using a bore brush, then the Crown Saver is the only way to go IMHO. 

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    TonyT
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    I have tried the crown Saver but prefer the Napier pull through. It is more robust and usable with 177 to 30 cal rifles and only requirwes simple cotton patches or the Napier prioprietary patches which are very effective.

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    Tominco
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    "To each, is own" Tony! :) The Napier pull through did not score very well with me. But, you are correct, one way it did shine was being able to be used with .177. Unfortunately, I misplaced my Napier patches before I had a chance to try them.

    I saw the Crown Saver being used by a few competitors at the Utah Airguns RMAC right at the benches. Seeing that leads me to believe that it's a preferred method for many shooters. 

    Tom

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    2D1C
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    I can't find who stocks the Crown Saver. Suggestions?

     

     

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    Tominco
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    I got mine from SPAW. Ken's probably on the road back home after traveling around winning matches. Give him a call, his numbers on the website. Tell him I sent you, he'll get a kick out of that! 

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