Cleaning the barrel on your rifle, shotgun or muzzleloader can be a messy choir. Solvent splatter, drips and dirty patches always seem to end up where you don't want them. Strong solvents and powder residue can stain clothes and work surfaces. The Tipton Patch Trap puts an end to the mess. Its simple: 1) Attach the patch trap to the muzzle of any gun. 2) Screw an empty water or soda bottle into the threaded end. 3) Dirty patches and solvent are safely and cleanly contained. 4) Dispose of used bottle. No more mess!
Here's a clever idea that belongs in every cleaning kit - Gun-Cleaning Picks. This set of four picks with different configurations on each end provide eight different combinations to get into those tight, hard to reach places. Made of high-strength polymer so they won't scratch the finest surface. Features include: Handy tools offered only by Tipton, Helps you reach the most important, tightest spots in your firearms, Made of a high-strength polymer that won't scratch your gun, Each has a different shaped tool at each end - 8 tools in all! (Set of four picks)
Carbon fiber is well-suited to the tough tasks assigned to cleaning rods. It combines the best features of stainless steel and coated cleaning rods, then adds valuable properties of its own. Carbon fiber rods are the best of both: the carbon fiber can't scratch your bore like stainless steel, and they won't embed like coated rods. Plus, Carbon Fiber rods can be bent to an extreme degree and return to their original straightness. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, US military armorers called on Tipton to provide cleaning rods that would clean service rifles in demanding conditions. It made sense to us: Carbon fiber is an ideal material for cleaning rods. We call these cleaning rods "deluxe" because they feature an ergonomically designed handle that spins on two sets of ball bearings - the result is a cleaning rod that smoothly follows the rifling both pushing and pulling, even while under pressure. The "shank-through" construction also allows the user to apply "reasonable" hammer blows to the end of the cleaning rod to get a tight patch through a bore. Available in four diameters and six lengths to fit most rifles, pistols, and shotguns. Rifle and handgun rods are threaded for 8-32 accessories, except 17 caliber rods which are threaded 5-40. Shotgun rods are threaded 5/16"-27.