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RedHead Standard Rifle Cleaning Kits

   

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.17 Caliber

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1588763

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.22 Caliber

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 452352

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.243 - .25 Caliber

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 452354

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.270 - .284/7mm Caliber

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 452355

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.30 - .32/8mm Caliber

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 452356

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RedHead® Standard Rifle Cleaning Kits are available for the most popular rifle calibers. Kits come well-stocked.

RedHead® Standard Rifle Cleaning Kits 2.6 5 9 9
Don't waste your money I bought this as I was having a hard time finding a .17 cal cleaning rod but wish I hadn't. It broke the very first time I used it. It broke at the joint were it threads together. Spend the money and get a one peice rod. I bought one and I am very happy with it. July 3, 2012
Good value I purchased two Redhead cleaning rods, one .22, one 7mm, and have used each only once, so far. Both seem to be of a quality where they should perform their service for some time. September 5, 2011
.17 Caliber Cleaning Kit Not a bad kit but be very careful... it's very fragile being so thin in diameter. The brass rod broke above the threaded portion rendering it useless. It's such a small caliber though it's not to be unexpected, just take your time and be conscious of the amount of torque and pressure you're applying while running a swap down the barrel. May 17, 2011
Poor design I got the rod for .177 pellet rifle..Rod broke where it screws together the 3rd time I pushed it thru the bore..Barrel lengdth of my Gamo only needed 2 rods screwed together..Main problem is patches need cut, too big to fit in bore and rod not strong enough to push full patch thru..There was a extra rod that I did not need for my rifle, so I used it and put a couple drops of metal super glue on the threads before screwing together..This made the joint much stronger..You do have to cut the patches so that they just fit snug, NOT tight..You have to remove the rod from the handle in order to do as I have done..This rod is no longer any good, broken part of threaded rod inside. .There is a snap ring holding the rod in the handle so no problem to take apart..You must then use a fine hacksaw blade to cut a groove into the new rod for the snap ring engage..Once done, you have a rod that is much stronger..The other problem was the brass bore brush was too small to clean the bore, it almost fell thru wiithout any rod effort..All in all, a very poorly designed cleaning rod..If you had to use all 3 rods together, they would probably break on the first use where they screw together..BassPro should look for a better cleaning rod manufacturer for the .177 pellet rifle.. January 26, 2011
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