Winchester Multi-Tool Portable Cleaning Kit

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    Thumbs up Winchester Multi-Tool Portable Cleaning Kit

    First of all I started by looking for a cleaning kit..
    I already have the cleaner..I have a polymer rod and brushes for my .40
    But didnt have anything for my .22
    Well a .22 brush is $2 bucks but I dont have a rod to fit it..
    Just a rod alone can be expensive, or I could've just got the $10 .22 cleaning kit by hoppes..
    But I didnt need the extra cleaner and dont have all that much money....
    Anyways I went to Wal-mart and saw this instead..
    Made by Winchester in Stylish Red Color.
    Made of two pieces the bottom and the top,its screw off with a rubber seal.
    Inside is a universal cleaning kit.Which includes
    A .45 brush
    .40 brush
    .357/9mm brush
    .22 brush
    2 extendor rods
    and a slotted rod for sleaning pads
    Very portable and light and the cost was like $5 bucks..And everythng tucks neatly inside
    I like the fact it has more than what I need just in case when I get more guns as well..
    But anyways all pieces you could either screw into the red cleaning system or screw onto the other rods making a farther reach..
    Just check out the pics just thought I'd spread the word incase ur looking for something like that.
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    I keep one in my range bag, very handy for a quick cleaning or to knock out a stuck case.
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    That is exactly what I am looking for. Amazon?

    What do you use for the handle?

    Now if I could just find ammunition so I can shoot my gun and need to clean it.
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    You use the red part as the handle..

    And ya buddy heres the link

    Winchester 8-piece Compact Universal Pistol Cleaning Kit: Hunting : Walmart.com

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    Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse or Rapture....whichever comes first.

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    "An almost identical kit is made by Winchester with the only difference being the color (Red vs Gold) and the bore brushes appear to be a different brand and MAYBE not as nice as the Hoppe's brushes but totally serviceable and identical to what come in other Winchester cleaning kits. The case has the same pattern and dimensions in both kits and there is no doubt that they are made by the same company.

    The Winchester kits are available on Amazon or at Wally World. Wally World's price is about half of the price of the Hoppe's kit at just under $7.00. Of course with Amazon you have the convenience of home delivery and government fees to be extracted.

    Either kit is a great value and addition to your collection of stuff IF you receive one with the bore brush that you need. "

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    I want one or two just because of the red color. I'm going to look for these next time I'm at Wal Mart.

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    I don't like it, to neat and organized. LOL. I take one cleaning rod to the range for a possible stuck case, and if cleaning becomes necessary I switch to another gun. At home home I use an assortment of tools from many cleaning kits to include vintage wooden cleaning rods.
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    I've got two, one red and one black. The black one is made by someone else but
    for all practical purposes it is identical, broke off the male threads trying to force
    the .45 brush. The Winchester from Wally World was less expensive than the one
    from the LGS.
    Bought two more for Christmas stocking stuffers last year. Was a very welcome
    gift I might add.
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    Nice
    I just like to keep you guys updated if i run into any good deals or anything that might be able to help our firearm community.

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