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Breech cleaning..

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On my new, old 94, the crown is great and I want to keep it that way. I clean my Marlins from the breech after disassemble but can't seem to find online, really clear instructions regarding tear-down for the Win.
I'm very capable and can strip and reassemble my Ruger Mark 2 pistol for example but am unsure with this gun and don't want to screw up.
I guess my question is how hard is it to get the bolt out are most of you-all getting the job done?
When cleaning from the muzzle, is there a preferred bore guide that is popular?
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I'll need pictures, lol! thanks for the info. I assume once you've done it a few times it's as easy as a Marlin?
I appreciate all the reply's. All good stuff. Don't worry about the screwdrivers, Im new to 94s but not cleaning guns. I have two gunsmith sets of screwdrivers. Thanks though,it can never be said enough.
thanks guys. That's pretty interesting about the wooden rod. I want/have to take it apart at some point so I know how to do it. But I think it is true that it may not be the best thing to do every time you just clean the barrel..I'm still looking for a good bore guide. I don't like the little brass ones I have.
Maybe I'll pick up some bore snakes.
Thanks ZB and others...
I'm gonna check that out on Brownells now.
Looks like I need to pick up a couple bore snakes!!
Thanks for that link, pretty clear...
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