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1-year limited warranty
Earn 13 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $14.99 Save $2.00 (13%)
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Things I liked: For me, the cleaning rod is worthless.
Things I would have changed: It needs to be stronger and better quality.
What others should know: I guess for the price, maybe thats all you should expect. I was not expecting much and only bought the rod to use as a ram rod in a field kit in the event I needed to remove a pellet from the barrel. The rod is so flimsy and the sections fit together so poorly, I would be afraid to use it in the barrel of an expensive air rifle. In addition, the rod is too short for almost all my air rifles. Also, the brass brushes are very stiff and so roughly made, I would hesitate to use them. I an disappointed that Pyramyd Air would sell them.
Things I liked: Nothing
Things I would have changed: Make the screw together rods a lot more sturdier. The sections don't screw together tightly. Very flimsy and broke apart on my 1st use. As an ex combat soldier from the Vietnam War and ex big game hunter with more years of firearms use and countless hours of cleaning, I have never seen a more useless piece of junk like this.
What others should know: Aside from the cheesy construction, the length of the assembly is barely long enough on my Gamo Whisper Fusion Mach 1 rifle from breach to muzzle. I'd recommend paying a few dollars more and purchase a better made cleaning rod. This poor excuse for a cleaning rod set gives credence to the old saying, (you only get what you pay for). I'd recommend to buy American made if possible.
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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