Hoppe's Boresnake

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Hoppe's Boresnake - Hoppe's BoresnakeĀ® is the fastest bore cleaner on the planet. One pass loosens large particles, scrubs out the remaining residue with a bronze brush, then swabs it all spotless with a cleaning area 160X larger than a standard patch. Add a few drops of Hoppe's No. 9 Lubricating Oil or Hoppe's Elite & your gun's ready for storage.


  • Brass weight on the pull cord is stamped with the size.


  • Available for rifles, shotguns & pistols.
  • The world's quickest, three-step bore shine.
  • Patented one-piece design.
  • Machine washable.
The Bore Snake is definitely the world's fastest bore cleaner. Crafted with a series of built-in brushes, it combines all the cleaning processes into one simple step, effectively cleaning your bore in a single pass. First, an initial floss area brushes the action then removes loose grit and debris in the bore prior to the main scrubbing. Finally, the main floss, with 160 times more floss than a standard cleaning patch, super-scrubs the bore to a mirror-like finish. Brass-weighted drop-through cord slips easily down the barrel, simply grasp and pull cord through the barrel - one pull through does it all. Lightweight and compact, it's easy to take to even the most remote hunting destination. There's no exposed metal to damage the rifling or crown, and no assembly is required. And it is solvent safe, washable and reusable hundreds of times. Available for rifles, shotguns and pistols.

Drop brass weighted end through bore, initial floss removes loose debris. Phosphor bronze short brushes then remove hardened residue. Main floss super-cleans the bore. All in one quick movement.
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.410 - .458 Bore Snake

I have a Hoppes Bore Snake for my .223 DPMS Rifle, so I knew what to expect. I bought the .410 - .458 for my Sig Sauer 1911 Tactical pistol, and I'm equally as happy with my purchase as the first. Before I use the snake, I inspect the barrel to see what the dirt/grime currently resides within it. This way I know what it looked like prior to running the bore through it. Needless to say, it completely cleans out the barrel to it's beautiful shine, like it's brand new. It cleans well enough to want to get it dirty again (In other words, go back out shooting). I highly recommend this product for anyone looking to ensure longevity of their weapons barrel.
DPMSAROwner at Cabelas on 11/30/2013

hoppes boresnake

I recently purchased the 50 caliber boresnake and found it to be an excellent tool to use in the field while target shooting. It's does a very good quick cleaning of my muzzle loader. I still cleaned my gun at home using traditional methods for a thorough clean to remove bits of residue left in the bore. I also have a boresnake for my 20 gauge H & R Sluggun and found it to due an excellent job. I recommend the boresnake to anyone.
Boatnut at Cabelas on 11/26/2013

Great Product

My son introduced me to the Bore Snake with the use on his 40 cal. He bought me one for my 44 mag. this last Christmas. Very easy to use. I liked it so much that I recently purchased a Bore Snake for the each of my other calibers. Never liked spending the time to clean my guns... this makes it too quick and easy not to.
aerochuter at Cabelas on 02/24/2011

Best product for cleaning a .12 gauge

This thing is all its advertised to be. I could not believe how well it cleaned my Ithaca O/U after putting 200 rounds though the barrels. It saves the mess of using cleaning liquids and time. I recommend this product to anyone who shoots .12 gauge.
Alwaysloadin at Cabelas on 01/18/2010