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  • pmcbear04

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    Howdy. Looking for recommendations for an all-in-one gun cleaning kit. I have pieced together this&that cleaning gear over the years, and I'd really like to clean out and make my kit a one-stop shop. Everything from .22LR pistol up through 12 gauge shotguns. Everything in between like .380, .204, .45, etc.

    Thanks for everyone's recommendations.

    PMCbear
     

    Younggun

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    I prefer a pieces together kit over an "all in one".


    I started with a basic kit and added things over time. When it got hard to keep up with I got a larger gun cleaning box and continued to add stuff that I needed.

    Haven't found a store bought kit yet that really has exactly what I want in it.
     

    40Arpent

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    I prefer a pieces together kit over an "all in one".


    I started with a basic kit and added things over time. When it got hard to keep up with I got a larger gun cleaning box and continued to add stuff that I needed.

    Haven't found a store bought kit yet that really has exactly what I want in it.

    Ditto. And I use labeled Plano storage boxes to keep everything organized, and those boxes are kept in a Craftsman handle-carry toolbox. Everything is neat and orderly, no cluttered mess of crap to wade through.
     

    Vaquero

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    The kits are basic useable parts. Not quality parts.
    Individual components seem to be better quality.
     

    IXLR8

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    Bore Snakes, Gun Scrubber spray can, and Frog Lube. A couple microfiber towels, and acid brushes for the Frog Lube. A few brass brushes for feed ramps. Nothing else needed. I use an ammo can to hold it, with pull out trays. Sure you have picked up odds and ends already, use them.
    I have given up on patches after using a bore snake just one time.
     
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    Younggun

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    Picked up my first bore snake for the .308 last night. Will still use patches because I don't want copper solvent to stay in the barrel.
     
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