Started off with 1” dia Navel Brass turned to whatever dia you want then drill thru for tap drill size for a Stainless Steel screw then drill about 3/8 deep for the bristles then tap for thread and part off. Lock tite screw inserted inside of body. Buy a brush with the type of bristles you like and cut to length and epoxy them in.When you get a chance, I would like to learn how you made them. They look darn useful.
Thanks, I’m considering it. I have been using a similar generic small brush along with my barrel washer made from a small bug sprayer. Only need two or three wiping patches and bore / breech face are spotless.Thanks for your post. If you are planning to offer brushes for sale, I hope you get a LOT of orders.
I only know of one other individual offering brushes of that style for cleaning the breechface of our rifles so there's not a whole lot of competition for the market. A buddy gave me one of his a few years ago and I've found it to be an incredibly effective part of my cleaning process.
That’s another thought. I made another @ .37 using a brass ramrod tip that came out real nice.L I B !
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I'm gonna tray modern brass casing with the primer hole drilled, and instead of tapping the brass, just JB weld in the screw, plus the bristles.