Remington® Universal Fast Snap 2.0 Gun Cleaning Kit
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- Contains 38 pieces plus 75 patches
- BriteBore Flex Rod System with patented T-handle
- Cleaner and lubricant
All you need to clean any firearm, from a .22 pistol to a 12-gauge shotgun. Contains 38 pieces plus 75 patches. Version 2.0 includes BriteBore Flex Rod System with patented T-handle for quick adaptability. Cleaner and lubricant included.
Manufacturer model #:19185.
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 6
Rated 1 out of 5 by Maiya2 Remington Fast Snap cleaning system
I recently purchased the Remington Universal Fast Snap Cleaning System & was very, very disappointed. I like Remington firearms, but this is a total piece of junk & a waste of good money.
The bendable wire rods are made from cheap materials that will probably destroy the muzzle of your guns. The handle attaches with a recessed, narrowed indentation, but it takes superman or a pair of pliers to unhook it again ..... very poor quality, and cheaply made!
The bore swabs will probably last for no more than 1 more cleaning (2-3 total).
It seems that newer models come in molded cases, but my model came in a "cheap" cloth, zippered bag that bulges at the seams.
The push-pull rods do not straighten out, no matter what I try to do.
In conclusion, if you want a quality gun cleaning kit, avoid this one, and get yourself "The whole Kit & Caboodle". This present Remington kit is going into the garbage! Good riddance to trash!
April 20, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by IUHoosier429 Innovative idea; Poor execution
I liked the idea of the flexible line for use in shotguns, but both the line and the t-handle are pretty much junk. The brass bore cleaners and Brite Bore solvent work well. I just use the brushes attached to my old metal cleaning rod and clean shotguns like I would a rifle. Your money is better spent elsewhere.
December 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MBirdman great buy
This Cleaning Kit Is Great For Taking To The Range.
October 11, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Georgiacoast Worst purchase
Sounded like a good idea - pull the brushes through instead of pushing a rod. However, on the first rifle I tried to clean, the connector on the end of the cable pulled off. Then the "T" handle wouldn't stay attached to another cable. Then the plastic covering to the steel cable shredded going through my pistol. All told, NOTHING worked correctly. I'll be returning it and going back to a traditional push rod for my cleaning needs.
December 9, 2012
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