I've recently inherited my fathers 1970s Tikka LSA .243 rifle and am looking to get it back in shape. It hasn't been fired in 15-20 years and it's doubtful that he ever cleaned it, bad I know. I'm looking for some help on the best way to clean the barrel so it hopefully shoots to an acceptable accuracy!
I'm looking to buy a full cleaning kit for it as well so any suggestions are welcome. My thoughts at the moment are to buy the wipeout tactical advantage and accelerator combo and leave them working overnight, at least once. After that a bronze brush will likely then come into play with Hoppes elite or something.
What else would you recommend?
Thanks in advance,