Users' questions

Are gun cleaning patches universal?

Are gun cleaning patches universal?

Otis technology all-caliber patches are the universal cleaning patches that don’t have to be cut down or measured for size, whether you’re cleaning a 10 gauge shotgun or a 357 Magnum handgun.

What are cleaning patches for?

Hoppe’s Cleaning Patches can be used with cleaners and oils to ensure a thorough clean of any firearm.

  • Uniformly woven and pre-cut patches.
  • Available in synthetic or cotton.
  • Synthetic available in five pre-cut sizes.
  • Cotton available in four pre-cut sizes.
  • Cotton patches are packaged in a resealable bag.

What size are gun cleaning patches?

Shotgunners typically use a 3”x3” size patch. And although 12 gauge is by far the most popular shotgun, the 3” square patch should serve 20, 28 and 410 gauge shotguns nicely as well. However, some shotgunners with 410 and 20 gauges sometime prefer sizes down to 2 ¼” square.

What are gun cleaning patches made of?

Bore Tech’s X-Count™ gun patches are trusted by precision shooters worldwide because of their consistent, superior cleaning ability and solvent absorption thanks to their 100% cotton flannel, double napped, non-fraying material — not to mention, they’re American made.

What are bore patches?

Product Description. Bore Tech x-count patches are the highest quality, 100% cotton flannel, double napped, non-fraying, American made patches on the market. Trusted by precision shooters worldwide, our patches have a reputation for superior consistency, maximum solvent Absorption and cleaning ability.

What is a Parabellum bullet?

The 9×19mm Parabellum (also known as 9mm Parabellum or 9mm Luger) is a rimless, tapered firearms cartridge. Originally designed by Austrian firearm designer Georg Luger in 1901, it is widely considered the most popular handgun and submachine gun cartridge due to its low cost and extensive availability.