Otis Technology Introduces the Zombie Gun Cleaning System

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posted on January 11, 2012
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If thoughts of Zombies keep you up at night, Otis Technology, the leading manufacturer of gun cleaning systems and accessories, has an apocalyptic survival item to add to your Zombie collection.  Serious Zombie hunters and enthusiasts absolutely must keep their Zombie firearms clean and properly maintained to be ready for the next attack. The new Zombie Cleaning System from Otis is designed to clean all 5.56MM rifles, 9MM and 45 caliber pistols, and 12 gauge shotguns. It includes 8" and 30" Memory Flex Cables for effective and correct Breech-to-Muzzle® cleaning, four (4) bronze bore brushes, a rubberized patch saver for a 360° cleaning of shotgun barrels, and specialized precision tools for a complete breakdown and fine cleaning of all critical and hard to reach areas of your firearm.  A green bore reflector/flag safety, D.O.A./85 Solvent, and a limited edition Zombie labeled soft case are a few of the unique components featured in this new system.

 It's a no-brainer.  Don't make a mindless mistake when you're trying to save your life from the walking dead. Get back in the game and clean your Zombie firearm with Otis!

The new Zombie Gun Cleaning System will debut at SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit the Otis Technology SHOT Show booth # 14213 to see this product or to learn more.  Otis Technology is known for manufacturing the most advanced gun cleaning systems available.  The superior Breech-to-Muzzle design combined with unmatched quality has positioned Otis as the gun care system of choice with the US Military.  Otis Technology is SMART GUN CARE.

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