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Dewey Nylon-Coated Cleaning Rods

   

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.22 - .26 Caliber

  • $42.99

  • SKU: 1626617

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36"/27 and up

  • $42.99

  • SKU: 1626618

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44"/.22-.26 cal

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  • SKU: 1626619

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44"/.22-.26 cal

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  • SKU: 1626620

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.17 Caliber, 36''

  • $39.99

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  • Used by the U.S. Navy Seals
  • Feature a ball-bearing handle for ultra-smooth, precision cleaning
  • One-piece nylon-coated spring steel construction
  • Will not peel or pick up abrasives

Used by the U.S. Navy Seals. Dewey Nylon Coated Cleaning Rods feature a ball-bearing handle for ultra-smooth, precision cleaning and offer one-piece nylon-coated spring steel construction. Will not peel or pick up abrasives, for trouble-free shooting.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best CR around! Great quality rod.. be sure to purchase a rod guide with your rod to ensure that you have the proper length rod October 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic Cleaning Rod I have not regretted buying this cleaning rod one bit. It has a nice handle with a bearing and is very sturdy. I have had some trouble in the past with the collapsible rods so this was a nice change from the usual rod that comes with every kit. I could not be more happy with this purchase and was worth the amount it cost. April 15, 2013
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The length is shaft only. The length does not include the handle.
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No. The length does not include the handle. It is the length of the shaft only.
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They are both good. I would pick the carbon fiber. The nylon coating may eventually wear off.
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I would choose the nylon coated for a longer length rod such as a 36" to 44" rifle bore. Carbon rods tend to bend in the longer lengths. Shorter length rods will work fine with a carbon fiber rod.
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Carbon fiber can split/shatter
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Measure the length from the muzzle end of the rifle barrel to the end of the stock. When using the cleaning rod it will not bottom out before you reach the end of the barrel / muzzle. I use a 44" (30C-44) for my Ruger M77 Hawkeye in .308 and a (22C-44) for my Remington varmint in .223. Much easier to use when you have the right length rod. A 30-06 would use a .30 cal. cleaning rod from Dewey.
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You could use the .27 rod for this rifle. I use this rod for my 270 and my 30.06. It even comes with a .30 caliber bit to attach your cleaning pads too. As for the length I would measure from the tip of my barrel to the end of my action. Depending on the length that i get from that would determine rather i buy the 36" or the 44" . I hope my answer was helpful for you and happy hunting!
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Have used these rods for 15 years. I would get a rod about a foot longer than your barrel length This will allow you room for your action and a bore guide (which should be used with all bolt action rifles).
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.27 - .35
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