This will be old news to current Remington shooters, but for folks who don't own a Remington New Model Army revolver yet, but are thinking about getting one in the future, this could be useful.
I had to break it into two videos due to length.
Part one deals with cleaning the cylinder and nipples.
Part 2 shows how to completely disassemble, clean and re-assemble the revolver.
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I use bore mops instead of a patched jag.
There's no "one right way"...any method that works is the right way.
Hawg. I understood what you meant...just endorsing it.