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Hoppe's Universal Gun Cleaning Accessory Kit
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This kit comes with a 32 1/2 inch brass rod (actual usable portion, not including handle), rod ends ranging from .22 to 12 ga, and patches. The patches are the useless synthetic type, so you will want to get good cotton patches. Also, this kit doesn't include any solvent or oil.
The plastic that holds the kit is rather cheap, so the contents will shift when you travel around. Other than that, this kit fits my needs. This is not the best made rod or kit, but for the money it's an exceptional value because buying separate rod ends will cost a lot more money. I've never needed expensive kits to clean well.
This is how I clean:
1. Make sure the weapon is not loaded. That means the magazine is removed and there is no round in the chamber for semi-autos, and no rounds in the cylinder for revolvers.
2. Disassemble the weapon, if it's a semi-auto.
3. Thourougly clean using solvent, such as Hoppe's No. 9 Powder Solvent, 5 Ounce Clam E/F and a good cotton patch 1000-pack Gun Cleaning Patches. This means swab the barrel, chambers, cylinders, etc, and the outside of the weapon. The wet patches should come out clean afterwards.
4. Allow the weapon to dry or use patches to dry the weapon.
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A lot of different sizes for all calibers, and each tool has it's own indentation so parts aren't jumping around or being mixed up.
The case itself has a nice lining on the inside, but the outside is "loud" and has HOPPES logo proudly displayed. I'm not a fan of large logos on my tools and equipment, but if that's your thing, okay. The case could easily be dented because its aluminum, but it's not like you're taking it through the mountains, so not a big deal.
The cleaning patches included in the kit are thin and wouldn't be of any good use. The patch holding rods(The smaller rods that attach to the larger rods and are designed to hold patches to clear the barrel) are made of plastic... Plastic. Even military issue patch rods are stainless steel... lol. However, all other rods are brass, a plus.
I was undecided on whether to give this item 3 or 4 stars, but in the end i gave it a 4-star because....
Ultimately, regardless of the case and plastic end rods, HOPPES Universal Gun Cleaning 26-Piece Accessory Kit serves it's purpose. Period. If you own a few firearms, this is a good kit that won't break the bank. I would recommend getting some different patches though.
The case is a little flimsy, the fasteners and walls of the case are by no means heavy duty, but then again I didn't buy it for the case, I bought it for what was inside it.
I was no dissapointed by any means with the quality of the materials included in the case, however the case leaves a little bit to be desired. That being said, if you aren't planning on beating the crap out of this case, it will work just fine sitting in a drawer somewhere until you clean your stuff.
Live and learn, hope this helps you from learning the same way I did.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for my husband as a father's day gift. He really seems to like it and uses it often.Published 1 day ago by Haleraiser86
This is the cheapest gun cleaning kit I have ever seen. I thought Hoppe made quality products but this is proof otherwise. Read morePublished 5 days ago by PM
Ok for the price but the case is poor and the pieces fit poorly. Labeling of prices is poorPublished 5 days ago by Ellie
Works great. For the price, you can't beat what you get with this kit.Published 12 days ago by John
Needed some stuff for my shotguns. This was perfect and much more than I expected, even allowed me to get rid of some old stuff.Published 12 days ago by John W.
This kit would have been 5 stars due to price and contents, variety of caliber brushes, patches etc. However...the first swipe through the barrel of my .22 and the rods bent. Read morePublished 13 days ago by casey