CleanShot Announces Patented High Velocity Bore Cleaning Device

Huntego Limited’s newest innovation to be the first product ever launched on Firefunder.com – the shooting industry’s crowdfunding platform.

CleanShot Announces Patented High Velocity Bore Cleaning Device
CleanShot Announces Patented High Velocity Bore Cleaning Device
Huntego Limited
Huntego Limited

Northville, Michigan –-(Ammoland.com)- It’s a double barreled shot of unprecedented breakthro ughs for the gun industry. Huntego Limited is launching CleanShot, the industry’s first of its kind shoot-through bore cleaning cartridges. CleanShot is fast, efficient, convenient and compared to traditional field cleaning methods, more affordable.

CleanShot is a patented high-velocity bore cleaning device that uses approximately 9,600 psi of outward pressure to power scrub, trap particles and wipe the bore clean. Simply load a CleanShot round in the chamber like any other cartridge, safely fire and your gun is field-cleaned in an instant. Designed to be used in the field or at a range, CleanShot allows shooters to maintain their firearms with minimal cleaning equipment, effort and mess.

The first product in the Huntego Limited line is now available at Firefunder.com:

https://firefunder.com/campaigns/huntego-limited–cleanshot#/about

Huntego Limited is launching the 12-gauge model now and intends to release 20, 28 and 410 gauges in the year ahead . They are also actively working on the 9MM handgun and military grade applications such as the 5.56 model.

The 12-gauge CleanShot uses a standard shotgun hull and is manufactured using the same process and standards as ammunition currently manufactured by the OEM brands today.

The product can be used by a wide range of shooting consumers including: recreational and target shooters, hunters, law enforcement, military, government agencies and more.

CleanShot sells for $2.50 on FireFunder.com

More info at www.huntegoltd.com


14 thoughts on “CleanShot Announces Patented High Velocity Bore Cleaning Device

  1. Looks like a great idea… about time there’s been some innovation in the gun cleaning space. I’ll give it a try for sure!

  2. looks like a very interesting cartridge that would be easy to carry with me while I’m out shooting & want a fast field cleaning of my barrel. For the cost of 2.50 I’ll try anything once, bought a boresnake for 24.99 & it worked great once (Have to wash it after every use) if this works like the patches show I’ll be shedding my snake! Great idea & cant wait to do my own testing.

  3. Looks like a good solution, if you want to clean your shotgun barrel after patterning it in preparation for hunting without disassembling it, only to find out it doesn’t work on your hunt after you put it back together. Ask me how I know.

    This would be more applicable to semis and pumps than O/U our S/S models, of course.

      1. I test fired and patterned my UTS 15 in preparation for a turkey hunt. The UTS 15 is a pump shotgun with an AR style bolt carrier group. I broke down, including disassembling the bolt carrier group , cleaned and lube the mechanism, and then reassembled the shotgun.

        When I arrived at the lodge late in the evening, my guide asked if I wanted to pattern my gun again. I didn’t think it was really necessary, but we went out to fire a few rounds anyway. Click, click, click. No bang. I had apparently put too much oil on the firing pin. In the AR bolt carrier group, this can cause a hydraulic lock that prevents the firing pin from moving forward. My guides advice was always to fire a round after cleaning the gun , if you intend to use it for hunting.

        A cleanshot round would allow you to pattern the gun with two or three shells, then clean the barrels using the cleanshot. You would have clean barrels and an assurance that the gun would fire.

        1. Very interesting! Thanks for your explanation. I ordered some of the CleanShot cartridges & I’m looking forward to trying them. You do have me worried about my AR15 that I haven’t fired since I did a complete tear down after the last time I shot it

  4. Looks like just another gimmick to me. I’m a fanatic about clean guns especially my carry, would never consider this for any of my guns!

  5. It still leaves residue as its shot behind right? So its not really clean!?!
    How hard is it to swab a barrel, the part that needs the least cleaning on a shotgun, to be operational anyway?
    I dunno

  6. Excellent ad. A couple of points: This product only addresses cleaning of the barrel and, at that, I’m wondering how clean the chamber actually gets since the shell/cartridge sits there but gasses/carbon etc also blow back into that area. Also, there’s still the cleaning of the rest of the gun, especially when you start dealing with pistols and semi-auto rifles.

    I’ve been going the extremely simple route, where gun cleaning is concerned, for decades. Mobil 1 10w30 synthetic, brake parts cleaner (aerosol spray cans) and patches. Does my way take longer to clean the barrel, yes it does. Is it a whole lot cheaper, yes it is and since I have to disassemble my guns to fully clean them anyway I’m not sure there’s really an overal saving of time.

    All that said, if you like it buy it. Innovation is always good and I applaud this guy’s efforts.

    1. The article says “field cleaning” which is quite different from a normal cleaning before going back into the safe. Cleaning is recommended every so many rounds. For someone in the combat arena, this may not be a feasible act to keep you AR from fouling, so the concept described here might be an excellent remedy to fouling problems in the same way tracers were integrated. However, they have not developed one for the AR, average owners do not normally shoot enough at the range to start having fouling problems without being able to take a time out to run a patch through the barrel, and the shotgun is not routinely used as a combat arm. Even a hunter isn’t apt to fire a sufficient number of rounds to need afield cleaning. I do like the concept in the correct application(s) (i.e. combat), which, in Vietnam amounted to firing a single round to clean out the barrel if the weapon had been sitting for some time, although this did not eliminate the need for a proper cleaning back at base on a regular basis.

      I will likely purchase a few, and will watch for future developments for the AR and other firearms. It is an interesting concept.

  7. Interesting concept……but ummm will it be shotgun Silencerco Salvo rated? Or scrub the baffles in my suppressors without a hang up someday? If it DOES, then this IS the better mousetrap. If not, eventually there might be a plugged barrel somewhere in the future……..???? Still, I appreciate the innovation. But clarify if NOT suppressor rated,yet as this is an issue to be adressed………

  8. Now HERE is a GREAT ad… Shows the product, gives a price AND a video ! Don’t have to imagine what it looks like, how it works OR follow “bread crumbs” to another sight for other sales pitches and products. Kudos to the sales crew !

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