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Tipton Carbon Fiber Cleaning Rod

   

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17 Caliber/36"

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  • SKU: 1397328

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.22 - .26 Calibur/36"

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  • SKU: 1397329

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.27 - .45 Caliber/36"

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  • SKU: 1397330

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.20 Caliber/40"

  • $39.99

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Tipton® Carbon Fiber Cleaning Rods feature carbon fiber shaft prevents bending, and ergonomic ball-bearing handle allows full following of rifling both pushing and pulling.

Tipton® Carbon Fiber Cleaning Rods 3.7 5 6 6
get a Dewey this rod can and will break with time. nylon coated dewey rods are better in every way and they actually do last August 9, 2012
Tipton Carbon Fiber Rod Works great wish they made one a little smaller in length. Most of my pistols are 4 and 5" barrel. March 26, 2011
Excellent in every way This is the best cleaning rod I know of. It will not scratch the bore and it performs flawlessly. June 30, 2010
Beware 17 cal rods! I bought this rod and had not used it much, certainly not abused it and it snapped in two. The info with the rod states "This product is warranted to withstand reasonabel blows, torque pressures and shaft flexations ......" Well the pressure that I applied to it was not that great in my opinion and I certainly wasn't hammering on it. This is not the first time that I have had a problem with Tipton's rods, but it will be the last time because I am not buying any more! Last time that it happened Tipton did not want to know as it was just over a year since it was purchased. June 10, 2010
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Just get the long one, it will work for any gun of any caliber.
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ive got a Remington 700 .308 with a 26'' barrel and i have the 36" rod and it works perfectly, but you must get the bore guide to go with it, ive got the dewey and they work perfect. BORE GUIDE is a MUST!
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Get the longest length, cause then if you get shotguns it will work for all your guns
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Not if you get the long one, then it will work for even shotguns with long barrel lengths. But you may want to get yourself a jag kit.
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NO-Just different cleaning tips
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8-32 on the standard rods 4-40 on the .17 calibre
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Thread Sizes:
17 to 20 Caliber = 5-40 Thread
All Other Rifle and Handgun Calibers = 8-32 Thread
Shotgun Rods = 5/16"-27 Thread
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The lengths vary from 24 to 36 inches
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36 in.
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36 inches
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The shaft is 36" long.
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36''
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