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6 Best Gun Cleaning Kits of 2023 [Hands-On Tested]

Looking for the perfect all-in-one gun cleaning kit? We hands-on tested some of the most popular out there plus our fav cleaners/oils.

Looking for a perfect all-in-one gun cleaning kit?

Bad news…there isn’t one.

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But we’ll help you get the best one for your end-use…and suggest some standalone products to truly make your kit perfect.

I’ve used a bunch of cleaning kits throughout the years and this is only a snapshot of the ones I haven’t thrown away.

Follow me as I cover what’s needed for pistol and shotgun up to precision rifle shooting. I’ll also cover my favorite cleaners/oils, cleaning rods, AR-15 specific tools, and more.

Summary of Our Top Picks

  1. Editor's Pick

    GuardTech Gun Cleaning Kit

    All-encompassing kit for any gun you may have.

  2. Best AR-15 Kit

    GuardTech Plus AR-15 Cleaning Kit

    Everything you need to clean your AR-15 in a small range-friendly package.

  3. Runner Up Pick

    M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaning Kit

    All your necessary tools plus my favorite cleaning system and oil.

  4. Affordable Option

    Winchester 32 Piece Universal Gun Cleaning Kit

    Decent universal kit at a decent price.

  5. Best Handgun Kit

    Real Avid Gun Boss Handgun Cleaning Kit

    Super compact handgun cleaning kit that has everything you need.

  6. Best Compact Kit

    Gloryfire Universal Gun Cleaning Kit

    My go-to compact kit for my range bag.

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Best Gun Cleaning Kits

1. GuardTech Universal Gun Cleaning Kit

My current go-to all-encompassing gun cleaning kit is the GuardTech.

Guardtech Cleaning Kit, Open
Guardtech Cleaning Kit, Open

It comes with everything you’ll ever need from shotguns to pistols, rifles, and even rimfire.

I’m also a big fan of the stainless, brass, and nylon brushes that I use for getting the gunk off hard to clean surfaces.

Grab some extra patches, your favorite cleaning solution, and oil…and you’ve got yourself a nice cleaning kit.

Guardtech Cleaning Kit
Guardtech Cleaning Kit

Plus the newer “upgraded” kit comes with 9mm specific components and modified jag retention so they don’t pop out easily. Great idea since I’ve definitely had that happen with other kits spilling out parts when you open them up.

It’s fairly large but comes in a nice locking hard-case if you plan on bringing it to the range.

An extra perk is that GuardTech is US-based in PA.

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2. GuardTech AR-15 Cleaning Kit

A more recent product from GuardTech is their AR-15 specific cleaning kit which comes with everything you need in a smaller package compared to the everything kit above.

Guardtech AR-15 Cleaning Kit
GuardTech AR-15 Cleaning Kit

I especially like the two choices of using a bore snake and a surprisingly nice brass cleaning rod that rotates as you push it through your barrel.

It’s a very nice to have that when the rifling rotates your patch/jag nothing becomes loosened.

Guardtech AR-15 Cleaning Rod
GuardTech AR-15 Cleaning Rod

Speaking of jags and other tips…the kit also comes with everything for cleaning your barrel to your chamber and even a nylon brush for everything else.

GuardTech AR-15 Brushes
GuardTech AR-15 Brushes

All you need is some of your fav cleaner and lube (don’t worry we have those a little more down) and you’re ready to go.

Best AR-15 Kit
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3. M-Pro 7 Tactical Gun Cleaning Kit

From my favorite gun cleaner comes their cleaning kit that has everything you need…including the oil and cleaner.

M-Pro 7 Cleaning Kit
M-Pro 7 Cleaning Kit

The kit rocks since it has individually packaged brushes and tips (.22 to 12-gauge) so you can keep everything tidy and the case has more pouches to add additional cleaning items.

Even comes with a silicone cloth to wipe down the surface of your guns. Throw in some Q-Tips and this kit is ready for anything.

There’s soft and hard versions of the kit but as far as I can tell it should be the same contents.

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4. Winchester 32 Piece Universal Cleaning Kit

The Winchester Kit is a good deal for $30 since it is pretty universal…covering everything from .22 to 12 gauge shotgun.

There are two sets of brass rods that won’t scratch your barrel’s harder steel and all the copper brushes are actually pretty good quality and marked with the caliber.

Winchester 32 Piece Cleaning Kit
Winchester 32 Piece Cleaning Kit

It also looks to have an update recently so say bye-bye to the wooden box and welcome a nicer nylon case.

Winchester 32 Piece Cleaning Kit, New Package
Winchester 32 Piece Cleaning Kit, New Package

There’s an ok amount of patches but you’ll need to add your own oil and gun cleaner (and there’s no room to fit it in the box). My specific suggestions at the end…but hint…it’s M-Pro 7.

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5. Real Avid Box Handgun Cleaning Kit

Only have a handgun for now…or want a super compact kit?

The Real Avid kit is great and covers everything from .22 to .45 caliber handguns.

Real Avid Gun Boss Handgun Cleaning Kit
Real Avid Gun Boss Handgun Cleaning Kit

It’s tiny since the rods are long enough just for handgun length barrels. Everything feels sturdy and the box can take a beating in your range bag or trunk.

The only fault I can find is that it doesn’t come with oil or cleaner…and you’ll be hard-pressed to fit anything in the box beside eye drop sized droppers.

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6. Green Canvas Gun Cleaning Kit

There’s a lot of this kind of kit being sold…probably one factory that makes it and a bunch of people brand it as a something else.

But it’s my go-to range kit if I don’t think I’ll actually need to clean.

Gun Cleaning Kit
Gun Cleaning Kit

It’s small, slim, and is supposed to have an empty bottle to put some cleaner or oil.

I’ve modified it through the years to have extra bronze brushes, a dental pick, Allen key, and Q-tips/patches. And yes I’ve lost the bottle but I tend to keep my cleaner and oil separately.

It’s not my cleaning kit for home since the rods seem to be steel and could damage the barrel if used a lot. But it’s great for getting things unstuck! Can’t go wrong as a backup cleaning kit for around $10.

Best Compact Kit
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Best Gun Cleaner, Oil, Grease, & Copper Solvent

Everyone and their mom have a favorite gun cleaner and oil. Here’s a sample of what you’ll see if you try to find out more:

  • Hoppe’s No. 9…enough said.
  • They issued me _____ and I’ve been using it for _____ years.
  • I can eat my gun oil…can you?
  • I bought 1 gallon of (insert motor oil) and it will last me a lifetime.

I’ll admit…I started with Hoppe’s No. 9 and it’s an awesome cleaner. Problem is that I like to clean indoors and though I really LOVE the smell…I’d get dizzy and also it started eating away at my nails (now I wear gloves no matter what).

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I switched to M-Pro 7 cleaner and didn’t look back. It’s nearly as good at cleaning but without the caustic effects.

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For oil…I also like M-Pro 7, but I also like Militec 1 for the smell.

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The following are also popular ones (including some combo CLP which stands for clean, lubricate, preservative):

I also like to use gun grease for rails since it stays on longer…and I go by the old adage “oil if it turns, grease if it slides.”

Now, how about copper cleaners (for when you start seeing some accuracy degradation). I’ll admit…I almost never do this except for my precision rigs.

Additional Accessories

For my precision rifles, I like using a one-piece cleaning rod to make sure nothing scratches my lands & grooves. I stick with the ole standard…Tipton.

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Now some of you might be asking where are the bore snakes? Frankly, I don’t really use them since I don’t like the idea of running something previously dirty back through my barrel.

But some swear by them…especially as the ultimate space-saving cleaning “kit” for a range bag.

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And you’ll be sure to run out of patches sooner or later. In a pinch some cut up t-shirts or boxers will work. But I like going with Hoppe’s.

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Lastly…for the hard to clean carbon-fouled parts of AR-15’s…there’s a scraper tool that’s been a godsend. And also our AR-15 Cleaning & Maintenance Guide.

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Final Thoughts

In conclusion, my go-to everything cleaning kit is the GuardTech.

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And the runner-up is the MPro-7 Kit.

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That’s it on my end…let me know if I missed some kits. And if you must…your favorite oil and cleaner.

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  • Commenter Avatar
    John

    When the company that made 'Weapon Shield' went under I was thankful that I had purchased a bunch of it before they closed the doors. But now, years later my supply is getting low. Its about the best thing I ever used for my firearms, they were easier to clean and it protected and lubricated so well - after the treatment is gives the metal. However, another company (Rattac Technologies Inc.) has the formula now and is getting ready to reintroduce it and have the web site up for it with a 'coming soon' on the site (the site is weapon-shield DOTT com) so I look forward to getting more of this.

    May 24, 2023 10:10 am
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    Jesse

    BORETECH. No other product compares. Their cleaners are better than anything else. You pay for what you get, though. Remember that gun cleaning kits are designed to clean the bore and action mostly. Cleaning the rest of the weapon has always been a struggle. Most kits want you to spray it down with a degreaser or some CLP. To get the rifle completely clean, you will need a full-size sonic cleaner to soak the gun in before cleaning the bore and action. It will be cleaner than the day it was manufactured.

    May 24, 2023 9:54 am
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    Chuck Cochran

    Fifty plus years of Shooting/Hunting, means I've so many different cleaning kits from Lord only knows how many different manufacturers from Monkey Wards/Sears to Williams and some brands that haven't made kits since I was a kid, that I've a Big Tub of Cleaning Kits. One Shotgun Rod is nearly as wide as the bore of a. 410 and has absolutely No flex at all to it. The brushes are still good,, but I've not seen any brushes made today that would fit the threads on that rod, so once they're gone, that'll be it.
    Though I love the smell of Hope's #9, Forty years of being nagged about the Nasty Smell, encouraged me to try "Shooter Lube" Cleaner and Lube. It's odorless formula does make life easier, and it works just as well as all the others I've tried. I do keep an Otis kit in my SHTF pouch on my Plate carrier, with brushes for 9, 5.56 and 7.62. I also keep a Mil Surp M16/M4 Cleaning Kit in that pouch as well.
    In my Range bag I keep Boresnakes and a takedown fiberglass rod for use in the field.
    I've picked up a few different tools for my ARs, but I tend to soak the bolts and wire brush them rather than scrape. Scraping just seems like it may cause issues.

    May 23, 2023 8:49 pm
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    tirod

    Having used CLP and the tail of my t shirt in the field more than once, along with the kit in then butt trap, it doesn't take much to clean an AR. In garrison we were using the first battery operated drill drivers on rods with jags and brushes.

    Of all the "improvements" I found the bolt tail scrapes to be counter productive. They can and do scrape carbon - but that end of the bolt is part of the gas cylinder, and the more you clean it, the more you open up the clearance which allows gas to escape, not drive the bolt carrier back. The other end has rings that seal well enough - field stripping, it's never recommended to remove them, yet here we are attempting to remove the finish on the other end of the bolt. That's what it does - scrape.

    They are sold to those who were cleaning a weapon to get it back thru the armorer's gaze, and his intent is to avoid ever doing it if there were spot check on one of the hundreds in his/her charge. That tradition is like granma cutting off the end of the ham - to fit her tiny bake pan, no other reason.

    In the field you wipe them down with more lube, ran a patch thru the barrel to remove obstructions, and then tape or cap it - done. The toothpic inspection standards are Ordnance busy work for troops who can't be let go early in the day so their training schedule gets stretched out running pipe cleaners in odd holes - like, the cloverleaf in front of the upper. After 45 years of field use, nobody reports that bolt tails are a major malfunction - it's usually a badly dented magazine or dirty/bent ammo. The firearm itself does a good job running thru a basic load and by then all the rest is mud/dust getting in from the outside.

    Note how our web gear changed - we went from flapped pouches to open top, from low crawling to squared up. I challenge someone with a modern war belt to low crawl thru mud then load their magazine and get them to fire reliably. Not all changes are good and knowing which to use with what is important.

    May 23, 2023 6:50 pm
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    Edward Coffman

    If you need cleaning patch (cloth). I suggest you go to a local fabric shop or order online for Diaper cloth or diaper material. Great for cleaning patches. SUPER absorbent and cheap.

    March 12, 2023 7:55 pm
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    CLAUD B

    Your article caught my attention. Your #3,"green canvas," far as the rods being steel easy to test with a magnet. My kit is in a steel box, no idea where they came from. Some of my rods are brass and some are aluminum. I was hoping for an opinion as to advantages of each-if there are any. A brush, nothing fancy I use a tooth brush. Q tips, confession I use them. Shown in one of the kits are wooden stick non-Q tip Q tips they are better quality lint free. They can be bought. They are better and more expensive.
    Cleaning at the range? I would never do that. You drop a part, hard if not impossible to find it. My dad taught me to shoot a real long time ago. Dad said to clean the gun every time you use it. I expect with non-corrosive modern primers it is not at all necessary. My 22 semi auto pistol runs the dirtiest. It is also the easiest to disassemble. I clean it every 200 shots.
    My stainless revolver, it is pretty but a pain to get and keep clean. I clean it after every trip to the range. Brass brushes. I was taught to push the brush all the way through. If, you go back and forth with the brush in the barrel, you force the wire that the brush is made of to push into the barrel and increase wear at that spot.

    July 12, 2022 4:59 pm
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    Shadow

    Otis isn't on this list? Why not?

    July 5, 2022 5:35 pm
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    Joe

    Any thoughts about Hoppes "One Shot" dry cleaner and lube? I love it!

    June 13, 2022 10:56 am
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    DesertRatR

    I buy good quality rods, jags and brushes from Dewey in the specific calibers I want. Once in a while I need replacement brushes.

    January 17, 2022 12:38 pm
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      Humpty dumpty

      This is exactly what I do but I'm starting to shy away from Dewey because their brass ends strip out too easily. Im slowly rotating my stock to Tipton fiberglass as my Dewey's go bad. They are still a great rod though

      May 23, 2023 6:47 pm
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    W Paul Simonsen

    You should note that many modern pistols have warnings to avoid use of any cleaner that is ammonia based (ie Hoppes #9). Walther for example says to avoid its
    Use on any walther gun.

    December 26, 2021 3:25 pm
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    Mike Rohwedder

    The rod in the Real Avid Gun Boss Handgun Cleaning Kit broke on the first use. Quality was B.A.D. If you like Chinese built products it's fine but I ended up throwing it away. I bought a Hoppe's rod with a quality ball bearing and it's just fine. I don't need or require kits. As far as the cleaning goes I take into the shower and use Axe body wash. Just about any cleaner and good gun oil will do the trick. Hoppe's No. 9 is my favorite because I have used it since I was a kid and the smell is divine.

    February 24, 2021 1:31 am
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    Jon Smith

    Seriously, and I don’t want to hear about the price, get the Bore Tech “kit” for your ar. I’d spend hours cleaning mine, especially after a two day 3g match. There’s a tool in there with a procedure or process for every sub assembly, and it all works. Oil turns to grease, and grease turns to gunk, but this thing gets it all out from everywhere. Just buy it. You’ll be so happy you did. Oil? Crazy uncle jerry’s Lucas Extreme Duty. I’m sure someday somebody’s going to show me better. That stuff’s always evolving, but for now, Lucas is the way to go. Cleaner? I’m a Hoppes man myself, but: Simple Green PRO HD is awesome and cheap! You can get a gallon for less than a quart of Hoppes. Pour it on lol! And, I you ready for this? It’s specifically engineered to NOT induce corrosion. Spray it with Hornady One Shot or something and wipe it down, lube/grease it up and put it back together. I like the Mil-COMM grease, but I know shooters a lot better/faster than me who swear by Crisco, and it makes their rifle smell like their frying chicken. I never got the running a dirty Bore Snake down a dirty barrel to clean it either. Hope some of this helps. Love your site. Have a great day...

    January 17, 2021 8:14 pm
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    beaky

    old tee shirt, bore snake, Hoppes lube, can of CPL. its a gun, not a babies bottom

    November 25, 2020 11:54 am
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      Custer

      Best response to gun cleaning I have ever read!

      November 26, 2021 1:02 pm
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      mistabreeze

      Agreed I use a bore snake on all my guns, quick and clean. I wash them every so often to freshen them up and let em hang dry.

      March 14, 2023 8:30 am
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    Andy K

    I prefer the Shooters Choice (caliber-specific) kits.
    They contain quality brass components that won't damage your firearm while cleaning.
    Includes a solid brass rod with swivel t-handle along with a brush, mop, jag, lubricant, and patches... my favorite @ $25.

    November 10, 2020 4:26 pm
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      Tom

      I’ll have to check those out, I liked my old M Pro kit, but gave it away as I expanded calibers, back down to 9mm and 556.

      November 15, 2020 4:23 pm
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      Dennis Atwood

      Shooters choice is my go to. Caliber specific kits.

      December 30, 2021 4:43 pm
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    Karen Davidian

    I heard the M-Pro 7 has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Do you have any updated suggestions? I am a new owner of a Glock 19 - my first gun.

    October 20, 2020 12:19 pm
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      Laura MR

      Yes, just found this same thing. The recommendations are not up to date.

      February 22, 2021 4:25 pm
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    Brian

    Cherry Lube. Fairly new stuff and works great! When I break down my pistol after 100 rounds or so, the barrel looks like NONE of the lube has even remotely dissipated. They make several different variations...cold weather, AR’s etc.

    July 26, 2020 7:31 pm
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    Tom Goodman

    I use shooter lube solvent and shooter lube oil and live it. No smell and it does a great job. I also have the 80 pc gun cleaning kit that they sell at academy sports. Everything is in its own container and labeled. It also has a case that I can put all my cleaners and pad in. It hold a lot. I wanted you to check them out and see what you think. The kit has brushed bore light and a lot more.

    October 9, 2019 2:51 pm
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    Keith P.

    Hoppe's #9 is still the best solvent, although I feel like every time I crack open the bottle I kill a little bit of the environment. It's rumored to be bad for nickel finishes, and I believe it The stuff is strong! But when you need to clean gunk out of the crevices, this is your stuff.

    I have recently switched from Break Free CLP to Ballistol, but it's more for personal preference about the light & non-greasy feel than anything related to tested performance. I can recommend either one.

    Not a fan of bore snakes, especially 22 caliber. It's just a raging pain to cram the snake through the barrel, especially for longer guns, and you might even need to wear gloves to prevent scratches or small cuts on your fingers when using them. Too much work for something that's supposed to make cleaning faster and easier.

    One thing that helps a lot with cleaning rifles is a brace to hold them steady. I don't do much home gunsmithing, so I don't have a vise-type setup at my house. That's why I like the Outers wooden box kit. There's another one made by Evans that looks a little more sturdy and I'm thinking about switching to that one.

    June 7, 2019 3:18 pm
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    Philip Hankins

    I don't see the actual caliber listed in any of these kits, so what cleaning kit would you recommend for a 10mm Glock Gen4? (I'm a new owner ... first handgun)

    June 14, 2018 2:16 pm
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      David

      10mm is the same as .40 Cal, so any kit that has a .40 cal or .40 S&W rod/cleaner will fit. I would recommend a do-it-all kit like the M-Pro 7 Soft Sided or Real Avid Boss, either one will fit your needs.

      June 14, 2018 3:54 pm
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    Tim Lange

    I'd like to see a video on cleaning a pistol. Not just the barrel and slide, but all the action in the lower part where you cannot reach with a brush or swab. What do you use? A lot of spray cleaner? Air compressor? Don't clean in there?

    April 20, 2018 7:13 am
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      David

      It depends a bit on the pistol, a plastic fantastic is really easy to get down in their with some spray and Q-tips - you generally won't get enough crud in there to start with to really need more cleaning than that. If it is a 1911 style then you likely just won't ever clean it, it's more closed off and is hard to get crud down there to start with. *If* it does happen though then taking off the grip panels and using a spray and Q-tips will do the deed.

      April 20, 2018 11:24 am
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    Jeff

    I clean my firearms at my bench so cleaning kits aren't that important to me. Having the right cleaning solutions, brushes & rods are. "Bore Tech" and "M-Pro 7" are on the top of my list for cleaners and lubricants. Dewey rods, jags and brushes are my choice for cleaning equipment. Dewey makes a great kit (if you want to call it that) for the AR format. rifle that includes a great bore guide, rod, brushes and chamber mops.

    April 20, 2018 4:00 am
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    Mark

    I recommend the Otis Elite kit which cleans/covers just about everything in the common pistol, rifle and shot gun category. Add in a bore snake for some hard to reach rifles or for quick field cleaning - in the caliber of choice - and your are good to go!

    I like the cable systems better than others that have rods.

    April 19, 2018 3:34 pm
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      Eric Hung

      That looks like a great one too!

      April 19, 2018 3:51 pm
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    Nick Poulson

    Thanks for this article. I wonder if you would be able to do a similar article, but for caliber specific "kits". I have .22 pistols and rifles, a .380, a 223, and a 243. What would you suggest I get for those? Just a one-size-fits-all kit, or a hodgepodge of individual cleaning parts?

    April 19, 2018 12:28 pm
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      David

      If you see a kit that covers .22lr and .38 anything that should be all you really need. A short rod for the .22 pistols and a long rod for the .22 and .223 rifles is all you'll need for those, the .380 will need its own, the .243 I'm not sure. You might be able to get away with using the .22 rod for it also but it might be a little loose. Loose isn't really bad bad, but it will mean it will take a few more strokes through to get it clean. If it is too loose then it won't work - .22 vs .24is kind of borderline.

      I would start with a one-size-fits-all kit and then if those don't work for everything you have, add on one by one what you need. Keep it all in the same box/bag and it will be handy.

      Personally, I'm a boresnake fan - both work very well though.

      April 19, 2018 12:47 pm
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