RamRodz Gun Swabs

by
posted on June 12, 2014
ramrodz.jpg

Cleaning guns. Unless you're a neat freak or OCD (like certain members of the Shooting Illustrated staff, but that's another story), no one likes cleaning guns. Oh, sure, we all love shooting them, whether at a match, in training or just plain having fun plinking. But when we get home and put all the gear away, hauling out the bucket of cleaning supplies is the one un-fun part of the experience.

RamRodz Gun Swabs won't take the blah out of cleaning, but this new cleaning product will make the experience simpler and faster—and anything that gets cleaning out of the way quicker is a good thing, right?

Specifically sized for your pistol's bore, RamRodz look like gigantic cotton swabs—because that's exactly what they are. Designed to fully clean your firearm's bore (and cylinder, for the wheelgun lovers out there), the RamRodz expand to fill rifling grooves and thoroughly clean the barrel. The swabs are low-lint and designed to hold in cleaning fluids and oils to minimize the mess from de-gunkifying your favorite pistol.

With an MSRP of $8.79 (through Brownells) for a package of 200 and available for .22 LR, .38 Spl., .40 S&W, .45 ACP and .50 AE, it's worth picking some up to make cleaning less of a chore.

Latest

Nextorch TA31 Tactical Searchlight
Nextorch TA31 Tactical Searchlight

First Look: Nextorch TA31 Tactical Searchlight

10,000 lumens in an easy to carry package.

Top USA Firearm Manufacturers Report

Who are the top firearms manufacturers in America?

First Look: Springfield Armory Echelon in FDE or OD Green

All the features of the Echelon pistol, with a brand new look.

The Classics: The Tokarev Handgun

The definitive pistol of the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War was made in enormous quantities.

First Look: Enhanced Taurus TX22 Pistol

New features include an improved trigger and an optional optics cut on the slide.

First Look: Mission First Tactical Pro Series Holsters

Secure your firearm and light with a magnet inside an AIWB holster.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.