TacShield Universal Rifle Cleaning Kit

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posted on August 25, 2016
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For the diehard rifle shooter, you've more than likely got a whole of cleaning supplies dedicated to keeping your rifles clean, oiled and running in tip-top shape. For the casual rifle enthusiast - or as a handy backup - something less-complicated really comes in handy.

TacShield recently introduced a line of cleaning kits, offering kits for pistols, shotguns and rifles. The kits come with all hardware needed in a sturdy plastic case, keeping handy essentials safely stored and in one convenient place when needed. All you have to add is the cleaner and lubricant of your choice.

Included in the kit are cleaning rods, a pull-through cable, jags, mops, bronze brushes and patch holders. There's even a six-piece set of screwdriver bits for common tasks that pop up like tightening frame screws or popping out trigger guard assemblies. In a slick bit of engineering, a single handle works for the screwdriver bits, cleaning rods and the cable - it's all in the case.

MSRP: $25.99.

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