If you’re looking for the easiest and possibly the most affordable way to clean any of your firearms, we got you covered today.
Hoppe’s has been around since 1903 when a man named Frank August Hoppe decided to create his own gun cleaning solution. It was a creation of nine different chemicals that when mixed together created a very effective cleaner. Today, they sell a variety of different cleaning kits, stand-alone cleaners, and tools that make caring for your firearms a snap.
The company also came out recently with a new video series on “How To Clean Your Weapon” which goes step-by-step into the methods that will keep your weaponry in tip-top condition.
Watch Hoppe’s YouTube Video Series
You can catch all of the videos Hoppe’s has created on their YouTube channel. Each video is geared towards a specific gun like the Winchester Model 70, Mossberg 500, Remington 700, and the MSR-15.
One of their most helpful videos on which Hoppe’s kit to buy to clean your own specific collection of guns. It’s explained by their Senior Product Manager who goes into the differences between their field kits and universal kits.
Even if you feel like you know exactly how to clean your firearms, it’s always nice to brush up on the proper techniques. Hoppe’s is definitely an expert in this field.
More First Time Gun Owners Will Benefit From This Video Series
Since more people have been purchasing their first firearms in the wake of COVID-19, Hoppe’s felt it was the right time to put out these new video series. It aims to help the novice gun owner to get more familiar with how to properly care and maintain their weapons, but will help experts as well.
The Senior Brand Manager, Eliza Graves, said that “through our instructional videos series, longtime and novice gun owners alike can easily find helpful tips that will keep their firearms running like new.”
Read About Gun Cleaning
There is also a guide book section on the Hoppe’s website that goes into detail about the many different aspects of gun care and cleaning. It’s a guide that any gun owner can go to the website and print out for future reference. The information is fully available at no cost. Their whole goal is to keep your firearms free of “powder, lead, metal fouling, and rust.”
Here’s one of their tutorials.