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Otis Marksman Cleaning Kit .22 .17 Caliber Rifles

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Otis Marksman Cleaning Kit Sub caliber guns require special cleaning to maintain there stunning accuracy, air gun accuracy is greatly enhanced when the bore is free from residue, Otis special 34" steel cable with brass ends cleans the bore without damaging the delicate rifling of small bore weapons, a must for all air guns, .22 caliber guns, and .17 fans, coils to pocket packet, complete with 10 of Otis' special patented patches and a small bottle of MP-5 Metalophilic (Metal Seeking) oil and instructions. Will work on all break barrel air rifles but may not work on all breech bolt air rifles with short chamber openings. 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"This small cleaning kit is very convenient because it fits in your pocket. All minature parts for .177 and .22 and was very nice to have everything in one place. I don't know how they sell it for a $1 as the mfg price is like $10. Anyway, cheap and worth it just for the coiled cable."
2.0 5
"You get a wire to pull patches with. It will NOT take attachments like brushes, etc. Mine will be used for range cleaning after using corrosive ammo."
5.0 5
"This may be the best air rifle cleaning device that I have found and it costs almost nothing! If one actually reads the instructions about how to attach the included patches, it works wonderfully on guns of the stated caliber and seems to me to pose the least danger of damage to the delicate rifling of airguns. By the way, contrary to what one review indicated, it WILL take brushes, mops, ect. if you unscrew the little hande attachment piece and screw on your cleaning accessory. The little bottle of oil is kind of unnecessay (I use break-free), but maybe OK in a pinch. I bought 5 of these kits, just to make sure I'll always have one in case one gets lost. Actually, I was kind of misled by CTD into paying $6.50 for shipping 3 kits which cost less than $3.00, but can't seem to make myself mad about it since they are such a bargain."