RedHead® Coiled Bore Brushes

   

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.35 - .357/9mm Caliber

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  • SKU: 124656

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.40 - .45/10mm Caliber

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12 Gauge

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22 cal

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  • SKU: 124660

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.30 Caliber

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243-25 Caliber

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.270 - .284/7mm

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.38- .380 Caliber

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These coiled brushes have a special spiral-wound design that's highly effective for cleaning bores. Stainless steel loops eliminate any bristle ends that could leave scratches.
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My goto brushes for shotgunning Work great on both shotgun barrels and choke tubes. Love em! July 4, 2012
a must have! haven't used it yet, but I plan on using it this weekend at the range for breaking in the barrel on my new winchester model 70 sporter. saw the description and figured it would go great with the tipton carbon fiber cleaning rod I purchased. I will post again once I get the chance to look at it and use it. the selling points for me where the fact that it was stainless steel and that was designed to eliminate potential damage to the barrel. January 23, 2012
good I shoot a lot of lead out of my revolver, and I think that this brush helps remove it. I also use it in the cylinder to revmove any junk in it. This bush also holds its shape so it dose not have to be replaced all the time. January 24, 2009
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I have a .32 and I use a standard .30 caliber bore snake and brushes to clean. They always do the trick.
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The bore is about .310 diameter. You can use brush for a .32 caliber muzzleloader or a .36 caliber muzzleloader, or I have even used the brush for a .38.
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Use one for 30 caliber.
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