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Professional gun cleaning kits at great prices.

We partnered with Breakthrough Clean Tech to bring a full suite of professional-grade gun cleaning kits and equipment to our catalogue at low prices. With the Ammo Can Kit, you'll get all the rods, swabs, brushes, picks and tools you need to clean any rifle or handgun, plus enough solvents and lubricant to maintain your entire armory. Need a more compact kit for the range? Check out the QWIC-P Pull Through Kit. It includes a multi-caliber bore snake with appropriate attachment heads to maintain the most common bore sizes.

Boresnakes vs. Cleaning Rods

Which cleaning method is best when it comes to maintaining your firearms' bores and barrels? We have both rod and boresnake kits that get the job done quickly and easily. A cleaning rod provides a solid length of shaft - usually made from a coated alloy to protect your rifling - that can accept various attachments, like bristles or swabs. A boresnake provides the same function but with a flexible cable that you pull, rather than push, through the bore and barrel. We've sourced brush heads and attachments that fit both rods and snakes to make setting up your own, custom cleaning kit easy.

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