I've got questions on cleaning some newly received guns and thought having a thread dedicated to the subject in general wouldn't be so bad. I inherited a number of long guns and don't know any of their history. I want to give each one a thorough cleaning. Normally it's a matter of putting some Slip 2000 on a Boresnake and running it through 3-5 times. I previously used Break-Free but a kind soul on this board informed me it was a health hazard (due to Teflon or something). I've got some Hoppe's and Sweet's but don't really use them. Most of my guns are bought new and not shot extensively enough to worry about long term build-up. It occurs to me I don't really know what I'm doing when it comes to bore maintenance. Of course there's more than one way to skin a cat here and it would be great to hear everyone's thoughts on what they consider sufficient for deep cleaning as well as just regular post-range practices. Thanks.