Remington Expands Popular Bore Squeeg-E Gun Cleaning System

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posted on May 24, 2012
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Remington has introduced a new addition to its full line of superior gun care and maintenance accessories; the Rem Squeeg-E Universal Gun Cleaning System.

Based on the revolutionary Rem Squeeg-E, which eliminates the need for cleaning patches, the system includes all the tools needed to clean almost any firearm, from a .22 caliber handgun to a 12-gauge shotgun, conveniently packed in a green canvas range bag with shoulder strap.

The Rem Squeeg-E Universal Gun Cleaning system introduces Rem All In Bore Cleaner, a water-based solution that cuts carbon, copper and lead to deliver a high performance, mirror-like finish. Along with the patented Rem Fast Snap T-handle, the system saves consumers time and money over traditional patch-based cleaning systems, in addition to eliminating environmentally unfriendly trash.

The system comes with a comprehensive set of instructions for both new and seasoned gun owners. The reinforced range bag can carry four boxes of shotgun shells or up to eight boxes of rimfire or centerfire ammunition. The Rem Squeeg-E and Rem All In Bore cleaner are both made in the USA, where final assembly of the system is also performed. All together, the system offers a $130 value of gun care and cleaning components at an MSRP of $79.99.

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