Ruger Rimfire Cleaning Kit

Ruger Rimfire Cleaning Kit
Item Number: 29853
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High quality rimfire cleaning kit packed in a branded, molded tool box. Kit contains the following: .22 caliber cleaning brushes; two sizes of patches; solid brass jags and slotted tips; bronze brushes; cotton swabs; heavy-duty brass cleaning rod that assembles to 23-3/4" in length. Made by the Allen Company under license from Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead and Lead Compounds which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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Misleading product 3/6/2021
I just bought this exact Ruger/Allen Rimfire cleaning kit through another retailer. The fully assembled rod with attachments is too short for my Ruger 8301 rifle. The rod is not brass as listed on the box or shown in the photo. Half of the brushes, mops and jags are for .204 and .243 caliber barrels which are of no use to me. The quality of the pieces is excellent but the sum of the parts are useless for my Ruger 8301 rifle. The gun models and calibers this kit is designed for should be identified in the product description.
- Mike, NC
Could not get brass rods apart! 7/6/2018
Used to clean Ruger Mark IV but in turning the brass brush clockwise, both rods locked together and could only undo with pliers which marred the surface of rods and other end with brass brush on it dimpled around edge and cant fit back into barrel. Cant use again. Other supplies were very useful. Cant replace rods only and this cost me $50 shipped to Canada.
Amazing quality 4/27/2018
Sections add up to 26 in long, which far exceeds what I need for my new Hunter Mk 4 Model 40118. Quality tool made out of eternal brass.
- Efrain Morales, PR
Well-made, but not long enough for the 8301 American Rimfire 3/18/2017
I got this for my Ruger American Rimfire 8301, and I found that the rod is not long enough to reach the muzzle - it leaves a few inches to spare when inserted from the receiver end. That being said, the rod itself appears to be well-made, and the parts where the brass sections screw together are smooth.