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RangeMaxx Universal FLEX Gun Cleaning Kit

   

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Everything you need to clean any firearm from .17 to 12 ga., the RangeMaxx® Universal FLEX Gun Cleaning Kit gives you an economical, convenient field cleaning kit that also handles the deep-clean when you return home. Kit includes an ergonomic, rubber over-molded T-handle with a smooth bearing connector that accepts any of the 5 pull-through flexible rods for cleaning handguns, rifles, or shotguns. Includes 14 high quality phosphor bronze brushes, 10 cotton bore mops, 6 nylon slotted tips, and the proper adaptors for all thread sizes. Also includes a starter set of synthetic patches, and a magnetic LED bore light. Bore light operates on 1 button cell AG13/LR44 battery (included).

  • Ergonomic, rubber over-molded T-handle
  • Convenient and economical
  • Everything you need to clean any firearm
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Don't Buy it For The Bore Light Nice cleaning kit that serves well. Use it with an aerosol can of a combination cleaner/preserver and you won't have to worry about anything leaking in your range bag. BUT- the bore light is a separate issue. It's cheaply made and once I removed the cap to remove a plastic tab insulating the batteries for shipping, I never got the cap back on. The threads are as fine as a watches back cover and they just won't allow the cover to go back on correctly. But don't let that stop you from buying the kit. At $35 it's a great kit without the light. Buy the kit, use the light 'til it quits and toss the light- you still have a good cleaning kit. September 29, 2014
Great buy! This is a great kit! Has everything you need for just about any firearm, shotguns, pistols, rifles... It fits easily in my range bag and the pull out pods make it easy to find what you need. There is a mesh zipper pouch in the lid that I put a few odds and ends and extras in. The external zipper is beefy and does not get stuck, which is great when you are wearing gloves. Overall, I am very satisfied with this purchase. May 6, 2014
Not what I expected I was wanting a full blown cleaning kit. I had more cleaning equipment than this kit provided. May 7, 2014
Great On The Go Kit This is by far the best field cleaning kit on the market for the money. I wanted something for my hunting, range, and bug-out bag. This fits comfortably into any of my bags and will clean any gun I happen to have on me at the time. I've cleaned my 5.56, 9mm, .45, and my 12ga with it and it performs just how I wanted it to. The bore light was a huge added bonus and really came in handy. Definitely an extra I never would have thought of carrying in a bug-out kit. The carry bag is pretty nifty as well. An easy decision to make in my book! January 30, 2014
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There are no rods. Are the cables stiff enough to use as a push rod too, or must all brushes and pads be pulled?
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The cable rod is use to pull brushes and pads. you insert the cable from the muzzle all the way to the open chamber, screw the brush or slot with pad and pull. Cables are safer for the barrel than aluminum or copper rods that could potentially damage the barrel if not careful.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. The cables are not stiff and you will use them as a pull not push through.

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The cables are not made to push. You get better results with a brush being pulled through the barrel.
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The cables are not that stiff. I don't mind pulling them through my pistols. The shotgun is a little more tedious, but its a great kit to have in the field rather than waiting until you get home. Its small enough to fit in a glove box, backpack or shooting bag.
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These cleaning kits are intended for pull through aplocation
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A cable and a smaller than normal patch might let you push some snow or mud out of a barrel after an accident hunting. But they're made to PULL not push.
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You've got to subscribe to the belief that because the bullet, all gases and debris move from the chamber toward the end of the barrel, then you should also clean the gun in the same direction of travel. Of course this is not the only direction to clean the gun, but the notion of cleaning only from chamber to muzzle makes a lot of sense. You thread the appropriate cable from the muzzle end to the chamber, thread on the appropriate brush or swab holder with patch and pull the implement (with solvent, oil or dry) thru the bore and out the muzzle. Subscribers to this method claim that all the debris is pulled out of the barrel and no patch makes more than one pass thru the barrel so it is impossible for a clean patch to add debris to the barrel. Everything is "pulled" towards the muzzle.
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