Multi-Function Gun Cleaning Brush
The Multi-Function Gun Cleaning Brush is one of the most versatile gun cleaning tools we've ever found! This one brush can be used to clean Double-Stack Pistol Magazines, AR Magazines, AR Upper Receivers and 12 GA Shotgun Chambers!
Pistol Mag Cleaning Brush
— Nylon Bristles won't take on a set like bronze bristle brushes.
— Can be Used Dry or Wet with your favorite gun cleaning solvent.
— Nylon Bristles are Compatible with all types of Gun Cleaning Solvents.
Perfect for cleaning double-stack pistol magazines. Just disassemble the magazine and run the brush through the magazine tube a couple of times to clean out all the dust, dirt, grit and powder residues. The handle has a convenient base pad removal tool that makes magazine disassembly easy.
AR Upper Receiver Brush
Just the right size to clean your AR Upper Receiver. The 8″ long brush reaches all the way through the Upper Receiver and into the Barrel Extension. You can even wrap a rag around it for final cleaning.
Works on both AR15 and AR10 rifles.
AR Mag Cleaning Brush
Great for cleaning AR magazines. Just disassemble the magazine and run the brush through the magazine tube a couple of times to clean out all the dust, dirt, grit and powder residues.
Works on both AR15 and AR10 mags.
12 Gauge Shotgun Chamber Brush*
Just push in and pull out, and your shotgun chamber and forcing cone are clean! The Nylon bristles are stiff but springy and won't take on a set like bronze bristle chamber brushes can. The 1.5″ diameter brush places plenty of bristle force against the bore to thoroughly clean even extreme overbored barrels. The brush is 8″ long so cleans both the chamber and forcing cone with a single action.
* Break Action shotguns only.
Here is what Gary Douthat (SASS Alias "Ringer") and 2009 Frontier Cartridge National Champion had to say about it.
"The brush worked great!! After having 3 hulls stick the first day, which cost me a bunch of time, I started using the brush the second day. After each stage I would run the brush into each chamber twice. Sometimes straight in and sometimes trying a twist as I put it in and pulled it out. Can't say that I saw a difference either way. The brush was tight, but I wanted it to be and it seemed to clean the chambers great."
"I am happy to say that I didn't have another stuck hull and have since shot 1 local match using the brush in the same manner. Two swipes in each chamber. Not a stuck chamber since."
"I was able to clean my act up after the first day and I know the brush helped with that. I went on to finish the match and win the Frontier Cartridge category. If the hulls had continued to stick I doubt that would have been the case." — Gary Douthat - Morristown, TN