Cleaning a pinned barrel rifle effectively
I'm sure this has been asked and answered many times over, but I figured I would ask again. For flintlock rifles with a pinned barrel (and especially rifles with no touchhole liner) what is the best way to clean them? I have a 36 cal flintlock that I really enjoy shooting, but I don't shoot it much because I find it tough to clean. The touch hole is just drilled into it, no liner to remove, and the barrel is pinned in rather than wedge keyed. I just don't know quite how to clean the gun effectively. I hesitate to use a brush on any barrel where I can't completely flush all the debris from the bore when I'm done. Suggestions?
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