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Long story short. I am trying to clean my chokes and have used the following: Hoppes 9, Breakfree CLP, Tetra gun copper solvent and choke shine. I can get my Briley chokes clean but the Beretta chokes that came with the gun are not cleaning up very well. Does anyone else have trouble cleaning their Beretta chokes? Any suggestions?

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I don't own any Beretta chokes, but the guys I shoot with who do clean similarly to how I clean and have no problems. My suggestion would be to try Shooter's Choice solvent with plenty of ventilation. Drop your choke tubes in overnight and let them soak. The plastic will be falling out the next day and minimal brushing or any other effort will be required to finish the job. Dry, relube, reinsert, load, safety off, pull bangbanggoboom.
 

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Go to the local auto parts store and get a can of Gunk Carb cleaner. It comes in a 1 gallon paint can with a soak basket.
Soak them over night and they will be clean with a little brushing.
 

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Brass bore brush on a cordless drill. Takes the heavy stuff off in a jiffy.
 
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