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M16 Field Cleaning Kit

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M16 Field Cleaning Kit - OD GREEN
M16 Field Cleaning Kit
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  • Oiler Bottle
  • Cleaning Patches
  • 6 Piece Rod
  • Double Ended Brush
  • .223 / 5.56 Bore Brush; .223 / 5.56 Chamber Brush

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Buy now while supplies last, February 11, 2016
Thank you very much for your review. We were fortunate to get these at this price. Our normal price is actually higher than what we are selling them for. So, if you can use them, please buy now while we still have some. Thank you very much for your business. We sincerely appreciate it. We are 100% American owned and operated here in the heartland.

By Military Uniform Supply, Inc. from Pekin, IL

At this price, it's outstanding, January 7, 2016
Just received it. Haven't really used it yet, but I checked it out carefully. I was surprised at its quality. No, it ain't your $100 Otis Universal Wonder kit, but hey, it only costs $10 + shipping. The case is 9 3/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches, heavy duty nylon...I don't know the denier value, but it's stiffer than new heavy-duty jeans. Two pockets, both 8 1/2 inches long, with strong full-length "velcro" (hook & loop) closures, and a flap that folds down over the pockets with 3 strong metal snaps. The back pocket is about 1 1/2 inches deep. Inside is just a double ended brush. The front pocket is 3 inches deep. All the rest of the components fit easily into the this pocket. There is a 4-piece rod -- assembled, 28-inches. There's another 2 3/4 inch extension. The slotted patch-holder is also 2 3/4 inches long, so with all pieces joined, you have 33 inches from the T-handle to the patch-slot. My AR has a 20 inch barrel. This rod gives me more than enough length to push a patch out the end of the barrel without my hand coming close to the charging handle. The ability of the rod to rotate is acceptable...not great. It's not a double ball-bearing handle -- it's just a ball at the end of the rod spinning in a rough socket in the T-handle. But it works. When pushing the rod, it spins quite freely. When pulling...not so much. I worked it for a few seconds and put gun-grease on the ball, which improved it. [ NOTE: you may think you don't need a rod at the range, but the rod in this kit will come in handy if you get an FTE. ] There are good quality bore and chamber brushes and a stack of patches. There's a small plastic bottle that DOESN'T LEAK. The only two items I added are a Hoppe's bore snake, some oil, and a jag.

Pros: sturdy, fairly complete, good materials
Cons: none yet

By OffGrid9 from WA

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