I had finished cleaning my rifle barrel using a bore guide and noticed afterwards that it left the inside of the chamber wet with cleaning chemicals. The bore guide stops when it enters the throat of the chamber leaving a gap between the end of the bore guide and the actual barrel throat. In the case of CR-10 it says do not leave in the barrel so I didnt want to leave it in the chamber.
The problem is that it is pretty hard to get anything into a chamber to really clean it very well. The rifle is a 300WSM and what I ended up doing was spinning a new and dry 20 gauge bore mop inside the chamber.
Anyone out there have a better or different method?