Real Avid Gun Boss AR-15 Cleaning Kit

Manufactured by Real Avid
Manufactured by Real Avid
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The Gun Boss AR15 Cleaning Kit is a unique, rod-type AR15 cleaning system that's extremely compact so it can be carried anywhere. It contains everything needed to preserve the accuracy and reliability of an AR15. Internal tray holds contents securely. No rattling. Rugged, weather resistent, zippered case with contents weighs just 8 ounces. Gun Boss contains: 5.56 /.223 brass brush, phosphor bronze bristles, six coated, threaded rod sections, steel and phosphor bronze chamber brush, nylon, slotted tip, straight and angled metal cleaning picks, bore illuminator/pin punch/safe chamber indicator, bolt carrier brush threaded to accept cleaning rod, 5 star chamber cleaning pads, 5 pipe cleaners for bolt carrier key, gas tubes, 25 synthetic cleaning patches, T-handle, EVA-molded case, No-rattle accessory trays.
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BrandReal Avid
Caliber Gauge.223 Rem

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I bought this kit on Amazon a few weeks ago and upon arrival it seemed like a nice kit. First time sending the bore brush through the barrel and it jammed up tight as can be about 2 inches past the chamber. I applied a little force and ALL the rod sections buckled and snapped at the threads. SUPER flimsy aluminum rod sections. Luckily, I still have an old GI butt stock kit laying around and was able to use those rods and a brass hammer to get the bore brush out. I spent 11 yrs in the Army, so I've cleaned my share of M4/M16's and used about every cleaning product/kit ever conceived, but I've never seen a bore brush THAT tight or rods that flimsy in my life.Apart from that, there are some tools that are kind of useful and the case is nice. Too bad the old rod sections won't fit in that case.Save yourself the disappointment and buy an OTIS kit for the same money.