Date: 30/9/2016 3:2
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Gamo Cleaning Rod Kit, .177 Cal

Gamo Cleaning Rod Kit, .177 Cal

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  • Gamo cleaning rod kit
  • .177 caliber
  • Includes 3-pc rod, jag, brush and handle

While air guns don't require nearly the same aggressive cleaning and maintenance schedule as firearms, there are occasions when cleaning will improve accuracy. Using firearm cleaning equipment will be too harsh for your airguns, and using a kit intended for air rifles and air pistols is best.


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Item Code: GA-621240954CP [PY-A-4263]

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By Charles from USA on 2016-09-02
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Things I liked: Sturdier that it appears. Works well.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: When pulling it out, tighten the screw-in jag by twisting the rod clockwise. Some possibility of losing the jag inside a long barrel if you don't.

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By Jim from USA on 2016-06-24
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Things I liked: The ramrod. I do not make a habit out of cleaning my airguns except as needed, but I really needed the ramrod for use in case of jammed ammo.

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By William from USA on 2016-06-07
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Things I liked: IT WORKS

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    What is the size and pitch of the thread used for the brushes?

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