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is a rear view of the rifle bolt cleaning tool of the present invention shown with the bolt.

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  • In a preferred embodiment, the present invention further comprises two top surfaces that lie outside of and are slightly higher than the top surfaces of the scraping chamber; wherein the top surfaces of the rifle bolt cleaning tool hold securely between them a portion of a rifle bolt that holds gas sealing rings; and wherein the portion of the rifle bolt that holds the gas sealing rings has an outside diameter, there is a distance between the two top surfaces of the rifle bolt cleaning tool, and the distance between the two top surfaces of the rifle bolt cleaning tool is roughly equivalent to the outside diameter of the portion of the rifle bolt that holds the gas sealing rings. Preferably, the underside of the portion of the rifle bolt that holds the gas sealing rings comes into contact with the top surfaces of the annular bolt scraping chamber when the bolt is inserted into the scraping chamber.

    In a preferred embodiment, the rifle bolt cleaning tool weighs approximately 1.5 ounces and is approximately 3.5 inches long and less than 1.0 inch wide.

  • Bolt cleaning tools are an interesting concept, given the serious nature of cleaning the bolt and it’s possible implications on the outcome of a gunfight. But when you get down to it, all you really need is a little time, the right cleaning product and a little elbow grease to scratch off any carbon build up from both the bolt or the bolt carrier. A Scotch-Brite pad does wonders and cost about a quarter. Truth be told, a handheld carbon cutter has never worked that well for me. You don’t need any of these aforementioned products, but they sure can help.

    is an exploded perspective view of the bolt and rifle bolt cleaning tool of the present invention. As shown in this figure, the rifle bolt cleaning tool 1 is a single piece without any separate parts that can be lost or misplaced. It has no attachments and no extensions or protrusions that can break off or cause injury. The rifle bolt cleaning tool 1 is preferably comprised of any suitable and durable material, including, but not limited to, metal and plastic. The rifle bolt cleaning tool 1 is designed to be hard enough to easily scrape away carbon and other contaminants from the bolt without scratching or otherwise damaging the surface of the bolt.

  • The bolt 2 is comprised of a tail end 3, gas sealing rings 4, and a front end 5. The rifle bolt cleaning tool 3 only cleans the tail end 3 of the bolt 2.

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At the factory, GM uses a substantial amount of thread compound on the LS1's cylinder head bolts. This is good because the head bolts stay put while the engine is running, but it becomes an issue when trying to rebuild one of these engines. The leftover residue clogs the threads in the block and won't allow new cylinder head bolts or studs to install properly.

Enter ARP's PN 912-0011 LS1 Clean Out Tap. This tap is the correct size and length to properly clean all 20 of the M11 cylinder head bolt holes used on the LS1 engine, allowing head bolts to reach the proper torque and head studs to thread in easily. Price: $51.34.